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13 words you will never, ever hear the royal family say

Some terms are considered too improper to be spoken by royalty.

1. "Tea"
1. "Tea"
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FYI, we’re talking about the meal, not the soothing, healthy drink.

In many parts of the United Kingdom, the evening meal that takes place between 5pm to 7pm is called tea.

However, this term is typically associated with the working class.

Members of upper social classes, including the royal family, call this meal dinner or supper.

On April 21,2016, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 90th birthday. As the longest-reigning British monarch, mother of four, grandmother of eight and great-grandmother of five, her life has been devoted to service – and doing it with flair.



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