Elizabeth II: why she files a complaint against a former employee of Prince Charles

Queen Elizabeth II doesn’t like people taking advantage of her or her image. So, while she believes that Prince Charles’ former butler is using her old experience alongside her son to find new employers, she has not hesitated to sue him. According to information relayed by the Mirror, the majesty’s attorneys noted that the company name of Prince Charles’ ex-employee as well as a golden coat of arms placed on his website, may mislead the public into believing that he still has an official job with the royal family. His company is called The Royal Butler.

If Queen Elizabeth II files a complaint against him and his company, it is because she has banned Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle fromuse the Sussex Royal brand for the purpose of rebuilding and making a fortune after their retirement from their royal duties. So she can’t let a former employee of the monarchy do the same. The respondent’s name is Grant Harrold. He is a regular guest on popular TV shows This Morning and Good Morning Britain where he gives advice on good behavior as it is in the royal family. For the former palace staff member, he does not lie in any way since he assures that Prince Charles appointed him as royal butler when he worked for him between 2004 and 2011. So he can still use this tag.

Justice will rule in the coming weeks

The outcome of this case will be very interesting. Grant Harrold has been marketing as such for several years without a problem. We wonder if this has more to do with the queen’s grandson and his wife having her wings cut. So a point of order must be madeA royal source said. A legal decision is expected within the next six weeks.

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