Former lackey of Queen Elizabeth II Paul Burrel spoke about an awkward situation, which was once the British Queen.
Former lackey of Queen Elizabeth II Paul Burrel (Paul Burrell) spoke about an awkward situation, which was once the British Queen. Reported by the Daily Mail, reports Rus.Media.
Burrel has described a curious case, which occurred during the meeting of Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip with the Sultan of Bahrain. According to him, all three of them rode in the carriage and talked. “Imagine the scene: I’m sitting here, people are singing “God save the Queen” with me, the Queen and Prince Philip, he recalls. And then suddenly one of the horses with a terrible noise let the winds”.
The unpleasant smell instantly filled the carriage c the royals. Burrel claims that Queen Elizabeth II leaned over to her husband and asked: “do you think I should say something?”Philip answered, “Yes, tell me.” The Queen returned to the Sultan of Brunei, touched his knees and said, “I’m terribly sorry for that awful sound”. “Nothing terrible, your Majesty,’ answered the Sultan. I thought it was one of the horses!»
Paul Burrel since 1976, he served as a footman to Queen Elizabeth II, and then became the Butler of Princess Diana, and remained in that position until her death in 1997. A book of memoirs that he published in 2003, became an international bestseller.
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was born 21st April 1926 and ascended the throne in 1953. She is on the throne the longest living monarchs in the world. In addition, she managed to beat the record for longest reign in the UK, supplied by Queen Victoria.