The Royal Family used to spend the majority of their time hidden away in the palace with only a few of us ever lucky enough to see them. However, that has all changed with the new generation of Royals. Queen Elizabeth II is said to have been one of the leading people to bring the family into the modern day as she gave control back to many of the nations under the crown as well as making the Royals more approachable than ever. This means that we’ve been closer to their lives than ever before.
Thankfully, breaking down the barriers between the Royals and the public means that we’ve become more involved in their lives than ever. As well as watching who’s dating who, we also get to be there as the Royal Family welcome their new additions. However, it turns out there are some traditions the Royal Family have to follow with their new babies that won’t be changing anytime soon.
Set in stone
The Royal Family is now more modern than it’s ever been as the members of the family build more of a relationship with the public than we have ever seen.
Although many members of the family work hard to make sure they are as modern as possible, it turns out there are some traditions the Royal Family still have to follow when they welcome their new Royal babies to the world. Perhaps some things aren’t meant to change?