King Charles will fire several of Queen Elizabeth II’s key staff at Windsor Castle in a radical overhaul of workers at the royal residences, a report says. Staff numbers will be cut in the coming weeks, with the Mirror saying many royal staff are “extremely concerned about their future” and fear being made redundant.
It comes after King Charles laid off 100 staff at his former official residence, Clarence House, on notice of redundancies.
“These are indeed testing times. Many people have already resigned leaving the jobs they have cherished for years. This has left a real sense of fear among the employees,” the report said.
King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla are understood not to have stayed at Windsor since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The late Queen’s waiting ladies and personal staff are among those whose jobs are at risk, the report said.
The King and Camilla have “no desire” to live at the palace in the near future, the report further added, while Prince William and Kate Middleton, who moved to a cottage on the Windsor Estate to be closer to the Queen, have also It is said that they are not ready to go inside.