Queen Elizabeth always packs toilet paper when travelling – strict rules about who uses it

Queen Elizabeth II, 94, is one of the most well-travelled monarchs in the world having flown around the planet a whopping 42 times. During that time, she has managed to come up with an intricate list of things she always likes to have with her.

In fact, the toilet paper company was granted “Royal Warrant” in 1978 according to its website.

The website states: “The Queen granted us a Royal Warrant in 1978 as a mark of recognition that Andrex® is a regular supplier of toilet tissue to the Royal households.”

It then jokes: “Good choice Ma’am.”

Toilet paper is not the only specific necessity the Queen is said to require when she is travelling abroad.

The water is derived from a natural spring within the Malvern Hills on the border of the countries of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

The Queen also has a penchant for a specific type of tea.

Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews said: “She loves afternoon tea, it’s her favourite meal and she only drinks earl grey.

“So if you were the chef on board the Royal Plane you would definitely make sure that you had an entire supply of earl grey. Not just for the plane journey but wherever you were going on tour on tour.”


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