Like many of us around Christmas time, the Queen loves to play board games.
But in usual family competitive spirit, things also get heated in the Royal household too.
Her Majesty has now banned her family from playing one of Britain's most popular board games.
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A clip on the familyâ€™s YouTube channel, titled Royal Rule Book: The Royal Family's Strangest Rules, explains it all.
It says: "The Royals love a good game, but Monopoly is off the cards.
"Prince Andrew said it is banned as it gets too vicious."
The board game ban has also been reported by Marie Claire.
The magazine states: "In December 2008, Prince Andrew attended Leeds Building Societyâ€™s newly-refurbished Albion Street headquarters.
"Before he left the Duke of York was given the property board game Monopoly to mark his visit.
"However, Andrew had to decline the game as he reportedly revealed: 'We are not allowed to play Monopoly at home'."
The Daily Telegraph reported that Andrew explained the game could cause arguments within the family, as "it gets too vicious".
The game will therefore not be making an appearance when the Royals return to Sandringham for Christmas this year, as is tradition.
In 2020 they were separated because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Norfolk home has hosted Christmas since 1988.
The Royal Family are sticklers for tradition, and the festive period is no exception.
The family attends a black-tie dinner on Christmas Eve, where, according to Popsugar, the Queen's favourite cocktail, the "Zaza" is served.
The Windsors also honour their German heritage by opening presents after afternoon tea on Christmas Eve instead of on Christmas Day.
On December 25, the Queen is joined by her family for a church service at St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate.
The whole family also watch the Queen's annual Christmas broadcast together on Christmas Day.
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