'Pampered' Prince Charles has some pretty intense travel demands, according to royal bio

We all know Queen Elizabeth knows exactly what she wants -- having someone follow behind you on a separate train in case you want cake is about as royal as it gets.But when it comes to her son, Prince Charles, the apple apparently didn’t fall far from the tree.

A new biography of the prince by author Tom Bower titled Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles, details his supposed travel demands. He reportedly travels with a staff composed of two valets, a butler, chef, bodyguards, secretary and typist.

It only gets stranger than a packing list of specific brands of whiskey, toilet paper and a "royal cushion."

According to The Daily Mail, Prince Charles reportedly sent his staff early when visiting at a friend in North East England. His staff brought along trucks filled with his furniture, an orthopedic bed, his own toilet seat and two landscapes of the Scottish Highlands.

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