10 fashion rules the Royal Family must stick to

Being a member of the Royal Family is a lot of hard work. Not only are you expected to remain smiling no matter the circumstances, you also have to dress appropriately at all times.

That means no quick walk down the drive in your dressing gown or flesh-flashing looks on that very very very rare night out.

Some rules are obvious: women must cover their thighs and not have their cleavage on show while men are expected to wear some form of a suit at all times.

But there are more subtle things that you may not have noticed about the Royal Family’s wardrobe.

Like how the Queen always wears bright colours and gloves or how the Duchess of Cambridge‘s fingernails are always painted nude.

Here are a few sartorial rules the Royal Family will never break.

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