The members of the royal family have been accused of making outrageous demands to their staff and aides for the simple reason that they are members of the British clan.

For instance, Richard Kerrigan, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s former staff, previously told the “Kyle & Jackie O” show that Her Majesty’s butlers are not allowed to speak to her unless she talks to them first. The unwritten rule was reportedly put in place to remind the Queen’s staff that they are not her equal.

Hello! magazine also previously reported that the Queen’s guests need to stop eating the minute she is also done eating. Former royal chef Darren McGrady told the publication that Her Majesty is not a foodie and she’s very particular with what she eats.

Weeks ago, Prince Harry was also rumored to have scolded his staff after they brought him plastic products which included a stirrer for his coffee and a draped bag for his dry cleaning. The Duke of Sussex doesn’t like to use plastic materials because they threaten the environment.

His wife, Meghan Markle, was also accused of instructing her royal aide to prevent fans from taking pictures of her while she was at Wimbledon. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also accused of creating a do’s and don’ts list for their neighbors.

But as if was previously explained, Prince Harry and Markle had no knowledge about the do’s and don’ts that were handed out to their neighbors during a recent meeting. So, by the looks of it, not all of the outrageous demands reported about them are correct.

In the documentary “The Madness of Prince Charles,” royal biographer Anthony Holden claimed that the heir to the throne has two staff members who help him dress up in the morning. The members of his staff are paid for by the state.

But during one of his royal engagements, Prince Charles also denied the rumors and said that he isn’t a pampered prince.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles Meghan Markle Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Camilla Parker Bowles, Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018 in London. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson