King Charles has strict rules during state banquets at Palace – including ‘X-ray machines’


Guests must never touch the King and are only allowed to shake hands with him if he offers it first.

Former royal chef Graham Tinsley explained that when Queen Elizabeth had a head of state banquet, all the chefs had to meet at a police station and they travelled from there to the Palace for security reasons.

“For higher calibre banquets, we’re required to put all our food, containers, knives and kitchen equipment through an X-ray machine whilst motorcycles then take us into the Castle,” he told Hello!.

Anna Reynolds, a Royal Collection Trust curator, said attention to detail was crucial for a state banquet: “It’s that element of uniformity that makes the spectacle so special, it’s having everything exactly, precisely aligned.

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