Duchess of Sussex would be & # 39; not prepared & # 39; on the reality of joining the royal family, Paul Burrell claims – he says that there are & # 39; no rule books & # 39; or private lessons
- Princess Diana & # 39; s former butler Paul Burrell revealed that there is no royal & # 39; rulebook & # 39; is
- Speaking of Yahoo's Royal Box, Meghan said he wasn't ready
- Revealed there was no book about protocol, advice or lessons for royal spouses
- Believes that & # 39; where things could have gone wrong & # 39; for Princess Diana
The Duchess of Sussex should not take & # 39; lessons & # 39; or have received private advice on how to prepare for the royal family, Paul Burrell claimed.
Burrell, 61 from Derbyshire, who was a lackey for the queen before serving Diana, said that no book on protocol, advice, lessons, or preparation is given to spouses who join the office.
Talk about Yahoo The Royal Box Today, Burrell admitted that it might be useful when Diana joined the family in 1981, and added: & I think it went wrong in the past & # 39 ;.
Burrell said about the show: & # 39; Meghan would not have had any preparation before joining the royal family.
The former butler of Princess Diana, Paul Burrell, has claimed that Meghan Markle had not received a royal government book when he entered the royal family. Prince Harry and Meghan are pictured during this month's Trooping the Color ceremony
Speaking on Yahoo's The Royal Box on Friday, Burrell admitted that it might be useful when Diana joined the family in 1981 and added: & I think that's where things went wrong in the past & # 39 ;
& # 39; There is no rule book, there are no lessons or no advisors, nobody prepares people who come into the royal family. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; I think it went wrong in the past. Even Diana didn't get the lesson to enter the royal family. & # 39;
And admitting that the family does not like members who express their opinion, he added that the Duchess of Sussex: "What comes with maturity is a sense of faith, but that will not always fit well with the royal family."
Burrell also revealed that no clothing is kept in the queen's bedrooms, and explains that two outfit choices in the form of sketches with material cut on it are presented to the frost every morning before the dress of choice from her & # 39; dressing rooms & # 39; is brought upstairs.
The author, 61, from Derbyshire, who was a lackey for the queen before serving Diana, said that no book on protocol, advice, lessons, or preparation is given to spouses who join the company. Harry and Meghan see the baby Archie present to the world in May
He added the Queen: & # 39; She has a great sense of humor and a chilly smile. She likes to hear different accents, such as the Scouse accent, and makes a great Scouse impression. & # 39;
And the author predicted that Charles would not reign for long, adding that William and Kate would modernize the monarchy.
& # 39; I think the queen will live like a very old queen, certainly as old as her mother, so that Charles would come to 80 if he took the throne, making him a very old king if he accepted the throne with Camilla and not wild & # 39; it rules for a long time, & he said.
& # 39; I think the times will change when William and Kate become king and queen. & # 39;
Burrell, 60, served as a lackey for the queen and later as a butler with Diana for 10 years until her death in 1997. Pictured, Burrell with the deceased princess
Burrell, 60, served as a lackey for the queen and later as a butler with Diana for 10 years until her death in 1997. In the years since he often talked about his connections with the royal family and published a number of memoirs.
Speaking of Channel 5 documentary Kate V Meghan: Princesses at War earlier, Burrell claimed that Buckingham Palace as a & # 39; minefield & # 39; is for everyone who is new and compared the treatment Meghan received with that of Princess Diana.
He said: & # 39; Meghan is married to the country's most traditional family, the royal family. How is she going to handle it? Princess Diana was raised in a house the size of Buckingham Palace and even she was lost. & # 39;
He then continued: & # 39; Buckingham Palace is a minefield for every person who enters it for the first time. People put traps, they were not very nice to this young girl who entered this world. & # 39; & # 39; Who would like to be part of that family? & # 39 ;, he added.
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