Kate Middleton and Prince William violated Queen Elizabeth II's golden rule by helicoptering to Cornwall.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall paid their first joint visit to Falmouth on September 8th.

The late Queen was afraid the newlyweds might die in a helicopter.

Helicopters are dangerous, so the Queen requested William to stop flying, especially in poor weather.

The Queen is worried that all five of them flying together could be dangerous and cause a constitutional crisis.

William was advised by his grandmother to "stop flying himself," no matter how good of a pilot he was.

William is a good pilot, but the Queen believes severe weather and accidents can happen at any time.

William and Kate protect the monarchy, but the Queen frets about what would happen if something happened to them.

William and Kate have risen to the challenge in recent years, and the future is bright with them at the helm after Charles.