Queen Elizabeth Warned Not To Raise Sensitive Topics During Meetings With Foreign Dignitaries
According to a royal expert, the Queen was warned beforehand not to say the word “porn” during a meeting with the Queen of Denmark. Find out why the people of Denmark are particularly sensitive to that word.
The Queen Has A List of Topics To Avoid When Meeting Any World Leader
Per a recent report, a young Queen Elizabeth was warned not to say the word “porn” when she meets with Queen Margrethe of Denmark, over 50 years ago. This is because of Denmark’s unofficial status as the “porn capital of the world” and their people’s sensitivity to it.
Royal biographer Robert Hardman told the Daily Mail: “Whenever she’s meeting any world leader there’s always two files she studies very closely.
“One is called ‘personality notes’ and the other ‘topics to be avoided’. They don’t hold back, either.”
Even when it is very unlikely that the Queen would bring up the “sensitive” subject, she is still briefed about it ahead of any important meeting with other countries.
This is to keep the monarch from unknowingly stepping on a brittle subject that may be considered offensive by the international party.
In recent news, the Queen traveled to Scotland with members of her family for the historical Ceremony of the Keys. She was all smiles during the whole day and walked unaided, despite concerns about her recurring mobility issues.
The Ceremony of the Keys traditionally sees the monarch handed the keys of the city and welcomed to her “ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland”.
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