The membership of the royal family brings with him the privileges that ordinary mortals dream. However, the new document proved that Prince Charles (69) does not compete when it comes to crap.
Former Prince of Princess Diana Paul Burrell is in a new documentary Serving the basil: inside the business spoke of a group of employees who had the duty to meet Charles's whims: "Nothing is done alone, they all have people."
"His pajamas are ironed every morning, and his shoe cords." The bathtub hit must be in a certain position and the water must be lukewarm, "said Burrell. He also added that Charles calls his servants every morning asking him to press a toothpaste on his toothbrush.
He remembered one morning when the prince had a very strange work for him. "He phoned me from my library in the morning and said," Oh, Paul, it seems to me that the queen's letter has fallen into the basket. Would you come to take it with me? "
But this is not the first time that Charles's ways have been revealed to the public. The British research journalist and descendant of Czechoslovak immigrants Tom Bower wrote in his biography about the Prince's requests during the trip.
For example, he mentioned the way Charles made when he visited a friend in the northeast of England. He traveled to a truck in which his entire bedroom was housed, including a princely orthopedic bed and bedding.
Employees also had to get their radio, their own toilet in Charles, a high-quality roll of toilet paper, a bottle of whiskey and two sculpture paintings.