Due to the country’s blockade, most public facilities in the UK have been closed, but people are allowed to exercise and socialize outdoors. If nature goes out during the day, many people will seek quiet public places.
The staff at Balmoral wrote: “I am disappointed to see that many wipes were discarded on the manor today. Beside the paths and monuments. Remember, there are currently no public toilets open a few miles away.”
They added: “Part of the problem is that we see many non-biodegradable wipes being discarded in the countryside.” “In addition, people choose to relax by busy roads or monuments rather than go further to avoid pollution. “
But the castle admits that people may need to relax when walking around the royal estate.
They added in a tweet on Sunday: “If you need to pee, please be at least 30 meters away from the lake or stream.” “If you need to defecate, please try to stay away from buildings, roads, waterways and farm animals. Bury the feces in shallow holes Medium, and replace the turf.”
The Queen and their family spend a few weeks each year on the 50,000 acres of the Scottish Highlands.
She has spent most of the British blockade on another royal estate in Windsor near London.