Royal Protocol: PDA rules broken by the Royal Family

Royals have emotions too!

By Chloe Lal
British Royals are expected to portray themselves in a certain way dictated by royal protocol.
But sometimes, channeling their very best Selena Gomez, our favourite Brits just can't keep their hands to themselves.
We all let out a giggle when we saw Mike Tindall go for a VERY cheeky bum grab, pinching his wife Zara Tindall's derriere.
A helpful handful, courtesy of Mike. (Image: Getty Images)
The couple, who are proud parents to Mia and Lena, were spotted strolling around the fairgrounds at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park.
When it comes to an intimate touch, Zara and Mike aren't alone.
For the past year Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have been smashing out the royal rule book, by showing the each other (and the world) how they really feel.
Talk about a fairytale. (Image: Getty Images)
And you can't really blame them or their PDA...
After all they're still in their honeymoon phase!
Harry's older brother Prince William suffered a severe case of love-isits after he and Kate Middleton married.

Kate & Wills still very much in love!

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These days, they avoid holding hands (unless we're really lucky) and instead we get a glimpse of their chemistry through a look or a slight knee graze.
Sit back, a fall in love as we remind ourselves of all the times the royal protocol was thrown out the window!
Actual visuals of us everytime we see a royal show a little PDA...