Ex-Royal Employee Peddling Juicy Tidbits More Charles-and-Di Grist Tossed into the Mill

By Ap | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), January 23, 1995 | Go to article overview

Ex-Royal Employee Peddling Juicy Tidbits More Charles-and-Di Grist Tossed into the Mill


Ap, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Last weekend, Prince Charles' valet made embarrassing headlines about the royal love life. Now it's Charles' and Diana's former housekeeper taking tidbits to the tabloids.

Charles and Diana weren't the only royals starring in Sunday's newspapers: The Duchess of York described her love life with estranged husband Prince Andrew as a failure, according to a former colleague ousted from her job.

Respect for royal privacy has crumbled since the formal separation of Charles and Diana in December 1992, as witnessed by a spate of tell-all books and a steady stream of news reports.

On Jan. 15, the News of the World quoted Charles' valet, Ken Stronach, as saying that the prince had neutralized the personal security system in his bedroom at his country estate when his longtime friend Camilla Parker Bowles stayed overnight so she could sneak in.

Stronach, who was suspended, admitted taking pictures of Charles' bedroom. But he denied "the majority" of the other allegations.

This weekend, the News of the World said that Wendy Berry, former housekeeper at the Highgrove estate where Charles and Diana lived, wants to turn her nine-year diary into "a scandal-filled book - on offer to the highest bidder." Berry lost her job when Charles cut back on staff after the marriage broke up. …

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