We would like to think that in the presence of the royal family, you know, know they were there. But thanks to the security details of the British royal family (known as royalty protection officials), royals can often come to their local store or trade in clothing or out of it, without creating a big scene.
How can members of the British royal family be ignored when they are in the public? Because this is the goal, Simon Morgan, a copyright protection official from 2006 to 2013 and founder of the Personal Protection Agency, Trojan Consultancy, said Reader's Digest.
Rule no. 1: Do not disturb what is happening
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duke of Sussex, visited a health and well-being store near the Kensington Palace, where they lived before her son's birth, Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, they were mixing with the surroundings on clothing in the street.
Why? Not to get more attention to yourself. This is the same thing as the royal protection officers do, because if we face the fact that it is surrounded by security guards, the person stands out.
Markle and Prince Harry are two of the world's most recognizable people on the planet and apparently saw them leave the store, but for safety they were assured that they were smooth and smooth.
"Our emphasis is not particularly disturbing the environment," Morgan said. This means that they did not block the streets, as you could expect when a royal member goes to the public.
Rule no. 2: Follow the model
Morgan explained that members of royalty protection follow a certain model when royal family members go to the public, which performs a double duty. It keeps them safe and basically at a low level in their environment.
"The model is called" discreet and unobtrusive, "said Morgan. The idea is that security is so tight that when a royal member climbs down the street and a person thinks to see them, they say: "Wait, was that it? No, it was not possible. "
Why people can be in contact for safety
Members of the royal family are known to welcome the crowds at the royal business. Unfortunately for Morgan, he found that practice is the most stressful part of his work, because he has to constantly check the crowd for possible threats. At the same time, he knew it was part of this work.
"This is a family of people," Morgan added, adding: "Access to and meeting time with members of the public is important to them, and you need to manage and manage the risks associated with it."
Public events require a lot of planning
While we, the public, can see Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and the Duke of Cambridge, we welcome the crowds at the event and accept gifts or flowers as a simple event, it's all before than according to Morgan. Interaction with masses requires a lot of planning.
It seems easy, because this has done a lot and a lot of work, "Morgan wrote. "It's not about appearing and hoping for the best." Birth protection officials have meetings at the top of the meetings to discuss what will happen and what could happen to safeguard the royal family safely.
All this information really dictates that you think twice about what it means for Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family to go public.