Following King Charles III’s accession to the throne, as much as 100 workers working in his earlier official palace obtained notices saying that they could lose their jobs, stories stated.
The employees from the monarch’s earlier home- Clarence Home- should not shifting in with King Charles and the Queen Consort to the Buckingham Palace following the loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II.
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King Charles’ personal secretaries, finance workplace, communications group, and residential staff have obtained the notices to date, the Guardian reported.
King Charles’ new function necessitates these modifications, Sir Clive Alderton, the King’s personal secretary stated in a letter to the staffers. Many positions within the Clarence Home- that might be closed- would not be required, Alderton added.
Some staffers claimed that they weren’t knowledgeable of what was to come back till Alderton’s letter as they thought they’d be merged into the King’s new family.
Just a few workers who offered Charles and Camilla with “private assist” will proceed of their positions, the letter famous. Though, no closing determination has been taken.