Royal woman is exempt from curtsying to others – and it's not Princess Anne


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The biggest change, though, to curtsying tradition since Charles became King, is that Camilla has leaped over Princess Anne, and all royal women must now curtsy to her.

Interestingly, when the Royal Family visit Sandringham for Christmas, which they are likely to do again this year, they are expected to arrive in ascending order of rank, according to tradition.

The late Queen Elizabeth II would have already made their way to the Norfolk estate weeks earlier, but, after that, it was the least important first.

Princess Anne’s children, Zara and Peter Phillips would arrived, followed by everyone else, and Charles and his wife last.



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