Prince Charles: this complaint of Queen Elizabeth II against one of his ex-employees – Royalty

Queen Elizabeth II has filed a complaint against a former employee of Prince Charles.

The queen Elizabeth II through his lawyers initiated legal action against a former butler of Prince Charles. The employee worked for the prince between 2004 and 2011. But he is accused of lying to his future employers by taking advantage ofand Queen Elizabeth II or her image. Closer magazine says Prince Charles’ former butler is using his old experience alongside his son to find new employers.

The Mirror reports that the majesty’s lawyers are denouncing the presence of the company name (The Royal Butler) of the ex-employee of Prince Charles as well as a golden coat of arms placed on its website. Which could mislead the public into believing that he still has an official job within the royal family.

The queen believes that she cannot forbid to Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to use the Sussex Royal brand with the aim of rebuilding themselves and making their fortune after they retire from royal duties and let a former employee do it. Therefore, Elizabeth II does not intend to let a former employee of the monarchy use his old title to do business.

Royal butler between 2004 and 2011

The accused’s name is Grant Harrold and is a regular on the popular television shows This Morning and Good Morning Britain in which he gives advice on good conduct within the royal family. But the latter confided that he is not lying because, he says, Prince Charles appointed him as royal butler when he worked for him between 2004 and 2011. According to him, nothing prevents him from ‘use this tag as long as he wants.

According to a royal family source quoted by closer, the outcome of this case will be very interesting. In question, Grant Harrold has been marketed as such for several years without problem. However, the legal decision will be rendered within a month and the two parties will be determined on their fate.

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