Kate and Prince William arrived at the Earthshot Prize in a fully electric Aldi car and have been seen flying commercially to lessen their carbon impact.
But Prince George, now eight-years-old, will have to travel separately from his family when he turns 12.
Celebrity media outlet Nicki Swift reported: “As the future monarch, the Duke must adhere to most royal protocols and Kate must follow his lead, though they occasionally make exceptions.
Prince George will not be able to travel with his family when he turns 12
The rule is in place to protect the line of succession in the Royal Family
“The couple aren’t even supposed to travel together with their children in the event that a tragic event wipes out the second, third, fourth, and fifth heirs to the throne.
“Queen Elizabeth has let this rule slide but it’s expected to be enforced when their eldest child, Prince George, turns 12.”
The Royal Family Channel on YouTube also shared a list of other royal rules the family has to follow.
Food and diet have several rules attached to them with garlic being banned at engagements over fears it would cause bad breath.
Prince George has been largely kept out of the limelight
Shellfish is also restricted because other the high risk of food poisoning.
The channel also shared royals must travel with an all-black outfit in case of sudden death and must always accept gifts graciously even if they do not like them.
Prince Andrew also revealed in 2008, after being presented with the game, that monopoly was banned in the household as it got “too vicious”.
Prince George and the rest of the Cambridge child have been largely kept out of the spotlight with reports suggesting Kate and William want to give them a relatively normal upbringing.
The Cambridge children have been kept out of the public eye so they can have a good upbringing
Prince George saw memes and other tweets directed at him during his appearance at Wembley during England’s Euro 2020 games.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK