King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

 

King Charles was urged to make the Princess of Wales a Lady of the Order of the Garter because she “deserves it” as the Royal Family prepare themselves for a very busy royal week.

 

King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

The pomp and pageantry will kick off this Saturday, June 15, when the nation will celebrate King Charles’s second Trooping the Colour. Following that, there will be seven days of engagements for the most senior royals, complete with Royal Ascot and the Order of the Garter ceremony. The Order of the Garter is the oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry in Britain that can be given by a monarch.

 

King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

In light of this and next week’s engagements, former royal butler Paul Burrell touched down on why he believes the monarch rewards his “favourites” and the reason why there is “nepotism” in the Royal Family as the King “showers the people around him”. Mr Burrell also called for the service to be “fair” with many “unsung heroes” in Britain who should be “elevated and celebrated” for their work.

 

King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

Speaking on behalf of Slingo, he said: “I wanted the King to invest [Princess] Kate into the Order of the Garter, but he hasn’t done it. “I’m hoping that the King will invest Kate in the most noble order. I’m hoping he’s going to do that, if he does it will make headlines, she deserves it. “She’s our future queen, she’s a Princess of Wales, it’s time for her to become a Lady member of the Garter.”

 

King Charles urged to do one thing for Princess Kate amid cancer battle

The former royal butler claimed Charles “showers” the people around him with royal titles and gifts as he wants to “be loved” and “reward them for their service to him and the country”. But he added: “If this was fair there are so many unsung heroes out there who should be elevated and celebrated because of their work for our country.

“I find it difficult to get across the bridge of nepotism. I also wonder why Kate hasn’t been made a Lady of the Order of the Garter when she is our future queen which is out of kilter for me. “I think it revolves around the King and his favourites.”

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