As a ruling monarch, Queen Elizabeth II enjoys vast powers and privileges that other heads of states, such as presidents, do not. For instance, she’s not required to even carry a passport with her when she travels abroad.

A passport is the number one requirement for people who want to travel across borders. Simply put, it’s a piece of document that proves that its holder is a citizen of the country that issued the passport.

Even presidents are required to present passports when they visit other countries. In this area, Queen Elizabeth is a cut above the rest — she isn’t required to present any password at all. And the reason is simple: “As a British passport is issued in the name of Her Majesty, it is unnecessary for The Queen to possess one,” explains the royal family site.

In the same manner, Her Majesty is the only person in the UK who doesn’t require a driver’s license to drive any vehicle. After all, all driver’s licenses in the kingdom are issued under her name. Thus, it’s also unnecessary for her to have one. She’s her own license.

The mild-mannered monarch can even go on a killing spree and still get away with murder. The reason is that she can’t be sued in the U.K. “In a nutshell, sovereign, or crown immunity as it is sometimes known, means that the Queen is for all intents and purposes above the law,” the TodayIFoundOut site explained.

But there’s reportedly one thing that even the monarch can’t do. Someone posted the question “What is the only thing that Queen Elizabeth II is not allowed to do in her kingdom?” on Quora, and surprisingly, a user was able to pinpoint the one thing that even the monarch can’t do despite her vast powers.

“This possibly doesn’t qualify under ‘in her kingdom,’” but under the British constitution no one is not allowed to to [sic] take any of the crown jewels out of the country, including the Queen,” Quora user Griffin Jenkins wrote. “This was doubtlessly instituted to keep the ruler at the moment from pawning the jewels for wars or mistresses.”

This explains why a new set of crown jewels had to be created for a coronation event that happened outside the country. “When King George V and Queen Mary visited the Delhi Durbar with Queen Mary to be proclaimed (but not crowned) as Emperor and Empress of India a new crown, the Imperial Crown of India had to be created,” Jenkins said. “It has never been worn since.”

Queen Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth II attends a State Banquet at the Philharmonic Hall on the first day of a tour of Slovakia on October 23, 2008, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Chris Jackson/Getty Images