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Queen can be 'upset' Harry and Meghan are skipping Christmas at Sandringham, says Burrell

Queen can be 'upset' Harry and Meghan are skipping Christmas at Sandringham, says Burrell 1

The Free Girls panel was hosted by Coleen Nolan right now and becoming a member of her was Stacey Solomon, Janet Road Porter and Brenda Edwards. One among right now’s friends was Paul Burrell a former servant of the British Royal Family. Whereas he and Janet kicked off the dialog reminiscing about their shared expertise of the I’m A Celeb…Get Me Out of Right here! jungle, Coleen was eager to ask him his ideas on the reviews about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spending Christmas in America this 12 months. 

Paul was a footman for Queen Elizabeth II and later, a butler to Diana, Princess of Wales. 

He defined to the chat present: “They’re not the first royals who have decided to leave the country or to have another home in another country.” 

Paul went on to disclose how Diana had plans to take Prince Harry and Prince William to America for a few weeks annually throughout their childhood. 

However, he went on to counsel the Queen can be upset to not have the entire household along with her for Christmas this 12 months. 

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“She loves her family around her, she’s a granny and a mum,” he instructed the Free women. 

“She likes to have them throughout her at Sandringham.

“She loves to take the little children and decorate the Christmas tree. They put on the last baubles. She revels in that. She will be [upset],” he added. 

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Discussing reviews concerning the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spending the festive season stateside this 12 months, Paul instructed how the Queen would react: “She’ll perceive Harry and his new spouse need a completely different life-style.

She requested: “There’s a lot to say however let’s keep on the royals for the time being as a result of clearly, there’s been a number of publicity round them for the time being.

“What’s your take on Prince Andrew?”

“Do you know what?” Paul replied. “I didn’t know him that properly. 

“To be honest with you, when I started at Buckingham palace, I was 18-years-old, he was still in the royal nursery with Prince Edward, they were still being looked after by nannies,” he added. 

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