King Charles: The ‘demanding boss’ with a ‘wild temper’ – Revelations from former employees

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THE King Charles, the new monarch of Britainas a new bombshell book of stories from former palace workers reveals, is a demanding boss with a wild temper.

The new monarch is described as someone of “tremendous stamina” who “always works…seven days a week”, with revelations from former workers not exactly the best “welcome” for the country’s new king.

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A former member of the palace, then, according to her publication DailyMail.comdescribes how “the king can go from zero to 60 in an instant and then fall again,” though he “rarely directs” his anger at individuals.

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Meanwhile, another excerpt from the book – which appeared on September 25 – claimed that the Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex she believed that her marriage to him prince harry would make her “the Beyoncé of the UK”.

The former actress believed life in the royal family would bring celebrity and “glory” similar to the American singer, but had failed to appreciate the rules and responsibility that came with her new role, it has been claimed.

A palace img mentioned in the book stated that it was “inevitable” that Meghan would not fit into the highly regulated world of the royal household and claimed that aides found it difficult to work with her. Others said there was a sense he “wanted to be rejected” by the royal family so he could return to the US and make money.

A palace insider said: “I think Meghan thought she was going to be the Beyonce of the UK. Being a member of the royal family would give her that recognition. Whereas what he found, eventually, was that there were so many rules that were so ridiculous that he couldn’t even do the things that he could do as a private person, which is difficult.”

King Charles’ first public appearance since Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

THE King Charles and his wife Camilla on September 25 they made their first public appearance after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral -greeting the public in the church. The King and Queen Consort Camilla looked pensive as they were led into Crathie Kirk, the Scottish parish church near the Balmoral estate.

King Charles wore black, while Camilla was seen wearing black, gray and red tartan under her somber black coat. The couple looked serious but managed to smile at the small crowd as they arrived at the church. It was the first time they have appeared in public since the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19, who regularly attended services at Crathie Kirk when she spent the summers at Balmoral Castle, where she died earlier this month.

King Charles’ first public appearance since the state funeral of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, follows the official photograph of the monarch at workwhich was made public by Royal family on Friday night.

The first official photo of the new monarch at work

The image, which was taken last week, shows the king sitting in the 18th century hall of of Buckingham Palacewhile examining various documents from the legendary red box.

In the photo were some subtle “tributes” to his late mother and father, prince philip Duke of Edinburgh, which showed how the monarch will remember their influence when exercising his royal duties.

She was more impressive the black and white photo of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philipwhich is spotted on the side table behind the king’s desk while he was working on reviewing documents from his red box.

According to the royal family’s account in Instagramwho posted the photo of the king at work, the photo of the monarch’s late parents, it was a gift from them to King George VI at Christmas 1951.

Source: News Beast

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