King Charles III may have had a personal reason for expelling Queen Elizabeth II’s wardrobe from her home

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King Charles III wasted no time in getting by The real estate affairs of the royal family In order after the death of Queen Elizabeth II last year. One of his first orders of business involved the eviction of the Queen’s wardrobe, Angela Kelly, from Windsor Home Park despite her claims that she had been allowed to remain there after the King’s death.

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but, extractvia timesfrom Valentine Low’s updated paperback edition courtiersprovides new insight into the cause of Charles She wanted her outside the royal estate. “During the late Queen’s final years, no one outside her immediate family was closer to her than Angela Kelly,” Law wrote. He described her as her “confidante, confidante and person who looked after her most than anyone else” in addition to her official title as “Her Majesty’s Queen’s Personal Assistant, Adviser and Curator”.

Angela Kelly

Angela Kelly

Kelly assumed that she would be given a home of “grace and favour” where she would be allowed to live out the rest of her days on the royal lines of her allegiance to the Queen. But Charles didn’t like that Kelly wrote several books about her relationship with his mother, even though Queen Elizabeth had given her the go-ahead. He reportedly felt it Her books were very talkative to a member of the royal inner circle, so Charles felt it best for her to move on. He bought her a house near Sheffield, [England]to be near her grandchildren” after several tense rounds of negotiations.

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“Angela wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but even so the King didn’t want to see her homeless,” a palace insider explained to Low. “I get the impression that the king does not want to live next to her.” Charles probably wouldn’t Danger of more tea spilling outside the palace walls, especially since a feud with Prince Harry was still brewing. Charles’ way of taking control of a possibly unmanageable situation by moving Queen Elizabeth’s close friend out of the palace was sometimes problematic.

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Queen Elizabeth II

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