The biggest worry when Queen Elizabeth travels revealed - can you guess?

QUEEN ELIZABETH, 93, is the UK's best-travelled monarch thanks to her many years on the throne. She has enjoyed foreign travel all over the globe. Those hosting her have a plethora of responsibilities - but there's one thing in particular that sparks the most worry.

PUBLISHED: 16:12, Wed, Feb 12, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:30, Wed, Feb 12, 2020

queen elizabeth toilet loo roll royal family travel state visitsQueen Elizabeth: Those hosting Queen Elizabeth when she travels have all manner of responsibilities (Image: Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth has been to all four corners of the globe over the course of her long lifetime. The monarch no longer carries out state visits due to her age, instead leaving this responsibility to the younger royals. However, when she did travel on behalf of the Royal Family on state visits, there was one thing which particularly concerned her hosts - although it’s not what you might think.

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Those hosting Queen Elizabeth when she travels have all manner of responsibilities to ensure her security and comfort.

A royal insider has revealed there's one unlikely worry which is at the forefront of hosts’ minds.

The Telegraph's former royal correspondent, Gordon Rayner, shared his insight with the newspaper.

He explained that the location of toilets and the loo roll on offer is of great importance when the Queen visits.

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queen elizabeth toilet loo roll royal family travel state visitsQueen Elizabeth: Rayner revealed that a “retiring room” is designated wherever the Queen travels (Image: Getty Images)

Rayner revealed that a “retiring room” is designated wherever the Queen and her husband Prince Philip, 98, travel.

The room can also double as a panic room in the case of an attack.

Loo roll is also clearly marked as not for use by anyone other than the royals.

“Sanitary ware is marked or sealed with stickers to warn others that

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