Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from royal life in 2020 has brought a number of changes to the British royal family. I was. According to the book, the private secretary was to “ask himself” one question after the couple left.
After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle step down, ‘royal code’ lists ‘guiding principles’ for private secretaries
Author and royal journalist Valentine Low details in his book how the abdication of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prompted courtiers to adopt a new code. Courtiers: Power Behind the Crown.
Per Newsweek, he wrote that the palace instituted royal policy after the couple stepped down as senior royals. I created the code for,” Lowe wrote.
Among the contents of the code were specific instructions on how the private secretaries, who work closely with the royal family, should make decisions.
The Code advises that “when in doubt as to what to do, private secretaries should ask themselves: ‘Am I jeopardizing the trust the country has in Her Majesty? Are you sure it’s not working?'” said Low. It further describes this question as “the principle by which all decisions are judged.”
The code also contains what the journalist described as “an obvious example of a horse closing the stable door after bolting”.
“It is written that working royals cannot, on the grounds of their royal status, undertake commercial work for personal financial gain,” he wrote.
Private secretaries have a shot at stopping royals from ‘doing stupid things’
“For better or worse, courtiers must decide for themselves,” Lowe wrote. courtier.
“If they [the royals] They are doing stupid things, it’s your fault.It’s not about helping them do stupid things, it’s about keeping them from doing stupid things.”And if they try to do that, you call [the queen’s] A private secretary who says this must be stopped…”
“The problem is that you are an employee,” continued the private secretary. “If you lose the principal’s trust, you lose your job because he has to trust you. You can stop them, so to speak. But that’s it.”
Harry and Meghan’s staff called themselves the ‘Sussex Survivor Club’
the bomb of courtier Including Law’s allegations, Meghan was allegedly bullied and nicknamed the staff. ing.
“Sources say the team is calling Duchess Meghan a ‘narcissistic sociopath’. They also reportedly said “we cheated” on numerous occasions. ”
Meanwhile, since her and Harry’s departure, Meghan has denied bullying allegations.
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