What will happen to Queen Elizabeth II’s loyal domestic servants after her death?

What will happen to Queen Elizabeth II’s loyal domestic servants after her death?

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Since Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away on 8 September, there have been many changes to the monarchy, including the late Queen’s eldest son, King Charles III, who was proclaimed the new sovereign. But how will this major change affect the Queen’s loyal servants?

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It was reported that some employees are currently in a consultation period about their jobs due to reorganization within the family.

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The letter comes from Sir Michael Stevens, responsible for the private exchange, and addresses “sensitive and challenging times”. He revealed that “a very small minority of officials (less than 20) who have rendered personal services to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will see their positions affected by the death of Her Majesty”.

Her Majesty’s team is being informed of the changes.

It is likely that the monarchy will try to retain staff and place them in other families, but of course this could result in some redundancies.

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The actual website also doesn’t list any current job openings, suggesting that there may be a break in recruiting right now.

Her Majesty had a very close core of loyal staff, many of whom were part of the HMS bubble that stayed with her at Windsor Castle during the coronavirus lockdown period.

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Not only may the late Queen’s officials be affected, but King Charles’ officials as well, as his position within the monarchy changes.

This news comes as reports suggest that King Charles will drastically overhaul the monarch during his reign, looking to optimize the number of working royals and potentially turn some of the royal palaces into standalone museums for royal fans.

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King Charles III plans major changes

King Charles is currently in a period of private mourning for his mother, the Queen, as he and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, have flown to Scotland to mourn in private.

Monday 19 September was a full day for all members of the royal family, who bid farewell to Her Majesty during a service at Westminster Abbey and a secondary service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The royals were also allowed a private evening service to say goodbye privately, off-camera.

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