How does the Royal Family work? What should I know about Royalty? (Help?)?
I'm currently writing a fictional story about Royalty. It has nothing to do with the actual Royal family hence the word fictional, but I'd just like to know; What should be known about Royalty and how does the family work? ♡♡♡♡
Asked By: - 9/20/2013
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This is the job description for the Queen of the United Kingdom, there is no longer an English realm(since the 1700's... More
Answered By: C.G. - 9/21/2013
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The British royal family website is a good place to start
Answered By: clara - 9/20/2013
Basically a family decided to steal land, wealth and livestock from others and slashed their way to power, while their powers have decreased since then, they are still living off the fat of the land and the expense of others. Look it up if you don't agree.
Answered By: Flatulent Tea Bag Face - 9/20/2013
The Royal Family don't work. They live off the taxpayer and get others to do everything for them.
Answered By: Flukey - 9/21/2013
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