King Charles III has very specific requests, according to a New York Post article published on Tuesday, September 13. The latter cites testimonies from former staff members of him portraying a very demanding man.
King Charles III was even nicknamed the “pampered prince” by his staff at Clarence House, where he lived with his wife, Queen Camilla, from 2003 until his recent ascent to the throne.
A man for whom we must “do everything”
The former butler of Elizabeth II then Diana, Paul Burrell, gave himself in 2015 in front of the cameras of a documentary produced by Amazon, At the service of royalty: within the company (Serving the Royal Family: Behind the Scenes of the Studio). This is how he summarizes his description of Prince Charles, “We do everything to him”.
Her pajamas need to be washed and ironed every morning, even her laces are ironed before putting on her shoes. Toothpaste is also crucial for King Charles III. “He asks his servants to spread two centimeters of toothpaste on the toothbrush”says Paul Burrell.
He adds that the tub must be half full and at a barely warm temperature, the cap must be placed in a certain position.
Pay attention to hygiene
King Charles III would be very demanding from the health point of view. His ” Home ” he must therefore carry his toilet seat and his toilet paper, Kleenex Velvet brand, with him on every journey.
In his book The cards of the palace, reporter and biographer Tina Brown also says that people who invite the king to their second home for a holiday or weekend should expect their guest to arrive after a procession carrying his “Furniture, his bed and photos”.
Always in the documentary At the service of royaltya former member of the royal family, Graham Newbould, points out what King Charles eats for breakfast. “It has a very healthy formula: homemade bread, a bowl of fresh fruit, freshly squeezed fruit juices”. Wherever he goes to visit in the world, his breakfast box follows him, in which they are there “Six different types of honey, a special type of muesli, its dried fruit”.
In his book, Charles, king of England (Edizioni L’Archipel), journalist Michel Faure indicates that the king eats eggs, but they must be organic and cooked for only three minutes. “To be sure of the satisfaction of the prince, who is very maniacal, his cooks prepare half a dozen for him, thus reserving the possibility of choice”specifies the reporter in an interview with Vanity Fair.
In addition to breakfast, King Charles has other culinary needs, especially when it comes to cooking some dishes.