As next in line to the throne, when Queen Elizabeth, 94, dies, Prince Charles will become King Charles.
It’s not just his name that the royal is particular about when he travels.
Carolyn Robb, the youngest and first female chef who served Prince Charles and Princess Diana and worked in the royal household for 11 years between 1989 and 2000, told MailOnline Prince Charles requested to have his homegrown food from the UK with him when he was abroad.
“He liked to have his own food with him,” she explained, meaning “piles and piles of cool-boxes” were taken around the world.
While it seems to be a strange request, it was to avoid falling ill during a full itinerary.