From the pampered prince to the coddled king.
Although he was named as Britain’s reigning monarch last weekend, Charles III has lived like a monarch all his life.
King Charles was reportedly nicknamed the “Pampered Prince” by his staff at Clarence House, where he lived with his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, from 2003 until he recently took the throne.
The details of the former Prince of Wales’ grand requests were revealed in the 2015 Amazon Prime documentary “Serving the Royals: Inside the Firm.”
Paul Burrell, who served as butler to Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana, reveals the exact instructions the king’s staff were to take care of, from ironing their shovels to applying toothpaste to their toothbrushes.
The former butler shared that King Charles “did everything for him.”
“Her pajamas are pressed every morning, her shoelaces are ironed, the bath plug needs to be in a fixed position, and the water temperature should be just mild,” says “only half full” in a bath tub Has happened. Burrell said.
Even kings “have their servants squeeze an inch of toothpaste on their toothbrushes every morning.”
After getting ready, King Charles’ strict morning routine continues with his breakfast.
“Prince Charles has a healthier option. He’ll have homemade bread, a bowl of fresh fruit, fresh fruit juice,” said Chef Graham Newbold, a former member of the royal staff.
“Wherever the prince goes in the world, the breakfast box goes with him. He has six different types of honey, some special muesli, his dried fruits and anything special that he gets a little fussy about. ,
Supposedly he insists on heating his cheese and biscuits to a certain temperature at the end of the meal and keeps a warming tray nearby to his staff “because he’s special about everything,” a royal insider said. The source told MyLondon.
Tina Brown reported in “The Palace Papers” that, along with his breakfast box, King Charles reportedly went to his friends’ country houses before coming to take off his “bedding, furniture and even photographs”. sends a van of his property in
He reportedly brings his own toilet seat and Kleenex velvet toilet paper wherever he goes.