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The game the royalty has 'had to ban' - because it 'gets too vicious'

It’s seems the royals are a bit like the remainder folks when it involves one popular parlor game 

In some ways the royalty are so unlike the remainder folks , with their unique protocols and historic traditions.

However, one comment from Prince Andrew back in 2008 proved that when it involves a particular popular parlor game , they're a bit like the remainder folks .

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While visiting Leeds Building Society’s newly-refurbished Albion Street headquarters, the Duke of York was given a game of Monopoly to mark his visit.

However, Andrew had to politely decline the sport as he reportedly revealed: “We aren't allowed to play Monopoly at home”.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Andrew explained the sport could cause arguments within the family, as “it gets too vicious”.

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It seems the normally refined and respectable royalty also can fall victim to the competitive conflicts brought on by the property game.

The globally-known family is usually very reserved with the private information they divulge to the general public , but on the odd occasion they need shared parts of their everyday lives.

While on BBC Radio 1 Prince William revealed that he has text in to the show under a alias on some occasions, with Scott Mills saying: “It doesn’t matter who you're , a shout out on Radio 1 remains great.”

During an equivalent interview from 2017, William and Kate also revealed what proportion they enjoy a takeaway and watching box sets reception .

William revealed that that they had enjoyed both Homeland and Game of Thrones, but when asked whether or not they ever watched EastEnders or Gogglebox, they declined.