Go on, admit it.
Underneath your pro-republic, anti-establishment, royalist-shaming exterior…you actually love a bit of Royal gossip.
From the flashy hat choices of Queen Elizabeth right down to the adorable antics of little Prince George, there’s nothing we love more than a bit of a perve inside the world’s most famous royal family, the Windsors.
But one question that often crops up is, er, what does the Royal family actually do? Like, we see them parade a fair bit, and wear fancy uniforms, and waving to crowds - but day-to-day, what's it like to be a member of the Royal family?
Thanks to Business Insider, we now know.
Well, there are 'engagements'. Lots of them.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of this Realm and of Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith is a busy lady.
At the ripe old age of 90, Queen Elizabeth II is still clocking up around 340 'engagements' every year. So, what's an engagement?
These are formal royal duties, which according to Business Insider includes "hosting heads of state, taking diplomatic trips, throwing parties at palaces, opening new sessions of Parliament, presenting citizens with awards, and a whole bunch more."