In the event that you spend your time being all, "Yo, how do the royal family get in and out of Kensington Palace without being noticed?", we officially have the answer to that burning question.
Per Hello! Magazine, when royals arrive at Kensington Palace, they usually don't take the front door (probably because it's swarming with tourists). Apparently, a helicopter typically lands on the grounds of Hyde Park, and then the royals quickly get transferred into a waiting chauffeured car that takes them home while armed police officers stand guard.
According to Hello!, randoms who happen to be wandering around Hyde Park can probably see the royals arrive if they're lucky, but the lawn is "cordoned off by a low fence to prevent passers-by walking too close."
So, who exactly arrives at the palace this way? Basically everyone who wears a tiara in their free-time, but most importantly THE QUEEN. In fact, Her Majesty was recently seen flying to Kensington Palace to visit Prince Louis, bless!
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.