Camilla Parker Bowles has adapted to the royal life that her husband Prince Charles has lived all his life.

Kara Godfrey of Express recently claimed that the Duchess of Cornwall has changed the way she travels and learned to mimic the Prince of Wales' demands. Prince Charles usually travels abroad as the heir to the crown and usually makes a number of demands. Camilla has reportedly joined him in making additional requests.

Prince Charles and Camilla are very particular when it comes to what they eat abroad. When invited to a dinner party, Camilla will send the host a list of food that she likes and dislikes. Camilla has learned this from the Prince of Wales, who usually has people deliver organic food to the host.

In Tom Bower's biography "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles," he revealed that the future king was fussy during a dinner service. "The host would be informed in advance that an aide would be delivering a bag containing the Prince’s food," Bower wrote.

The author noted that Prince Charles is the polar opposite of Queen Elizabeth II who is willing to eat the same food as everyone else.

Prince Charles is known for his preference for organic food. He doesn't like waste, so he asks to take home the leftovers at the end of a meal. The prince has also banned foie gras and declined to be served this due to ethical reasons.

Aside from this, the couple reportedly brings their own favorite drinks whenever they travel. "Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall sometimes take their own alcohol so there’s no danger of their drinks being spiked," Telegraph reporter Gordon Rayner told Conde Nast Traveler.

Prince Charles reportedly brings along gin and tonic. On the other hand, Camilla brings red wine. The couple apparently doesn't carry the booze themselves. They let their bodyguards do the job for them. "Their police bodyguard will discreetly carry a bag of their drinks," Rayner added.

Aside from being very particular with food, Bower claimed that Prince Charles also moved his entire bedroom when he visited a friend in northeast England. The royals also brought their own lavatory seats and paper. However, Prince Charles an Camilla bought denied these claims.