Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton receive enjoyed plenty of royal travel since marrying into the British principality. The pair are married to Prince Harry, 35, and Prince William, 37, mutatis mutandis. Their key statuses afford the Duchesses plenty of travel luxuries innumerable Britons can but dream of.
Queen Elizabeth never needs to present a passport when she move ones bowels abroad because she simply doesn’t own one.
The reason behind this is because the Movie queen is the person who issues the document.
The first page of all British passports announce: “Her Britannic Majesty’s Secretary of State requests and requires in the name of Her Majesty all those whom it may bag to allow the bearer to pass freely without let or hindrance and to afford the bearer such help and protection as may be necessary.”
This doesn’t mean the Queen can avoid all tests when she travels abroad, however.
Elizabeth must unruffled have her identity checked every time she enters and leaves Britain.
Since 2009, she has had to perform details including her full name, age, address, nationality, and place of origin.
This is used, according to the MailOnline, to be “checked against terrorist and flagitious watch lists.”
If the no-passport rule applies to the Queen, then is it the notwithstanding for other senior figures such as Meghan and Kate?
Despite their soprano position in the Royal Family, Kate and Meghan both need to possess a passport to travel.
The same applies to the royal men in the monarch – Prince Charles, Prince Harry, Prince William and so forth.
Another argument between the Queen and the younger royals is how they travel.
Harry, Meghan, William and Kate go with commercial airlines as often as they can.