Apparently, being famous entitles you to certain demands, as shown Willing stars impossible and Unbearable actors on set. As former employees said in an Amazon documentary, England’s Charles III understood it well growing up. Service of the Royals: Inside the Company And in various books about the royal family, the new king always had high demands. It didn’t work since he was on the throne, oddly enough.
1. His pajamas are washed and ironed every morning
I can’t say how many pajamas Charles III had in his closet, but he must have plenty to change into every 24 hours. On the other hand, my brave Charles, do you not hear that this is really the end of plenty? Do you think everyone can make machines like this every day??
2. His shoelaces are ironed before he wears his shoes
I… well, I… really… not words. Why? why???
3. Place two centimeters of toothpaste on your toothbrush
Not 1.9. Not 2.1. Not 12. But 2 cm. Guess a man is hired to measure the length of the toothpick put on the king’s snack brush. Finally, full employment can be easily achieved if we all work together. I only like chlorophyll toothpaste.
4. His bathtub is half filled with warm water and the drain is limited
For a half-filled bath and warm water, we can understand, it’s never pleasant to sink your tiles because you filled your bath too much and it all comes out after a couple of minutes, because the water is very hot at the end. But as for the plug, apparently, we’re not looking. Maybe a shock with 007, otherwise no idea (do you have that??).
5. Taking some of his furniture with him when he goes on vacation
When Charles III of England visits people (like his distant relatives), he always brings with him some items such as his bed, photos to decorate and other furniture from his small home. The guy moves every ten minutes.
6. Carry your toilet seat and your favorite PQ when you travel
In terms of hygiene, I don’t think I’m going too far in saying that good old Charles is a bit psycho-severe. Whenever he was out on a trip, Charles III asked to take his toilet glasses so he wouldn’t sit on someone else’s. Worse still, he asks Velvet to keep his favorite PQ Kleenex with him at all times. We understand the idea, but obviously, grandmothers shouldn’t be pushed into corgis.
7. His breakfast box with a complete formula follows him everywhere
Our little prince, finally now king, is not the type to get up at 9:30am to buy his tresors de kelloggs at the local Super U. No, no, he had to prepare breakfast from home when he arrived, a homemade roll, a small bowl of fresh fruit and his little squeeze of juice. If he goes on vacation, he must have his breakfast box, which contains six types of honey, a special muesli and dried fruit. It’s okay, doesn’t he want creamer butter too?
8. His cheese and cookies are heated to a certain temperature
Charles is like this 7-month-old baby who only wants to eat what he likes, in shape and temperature. That’s why, at the end of his meal, he always has a warming trolley handy, in which his cheese and biscuits are kept. No but oh, doesn’t he want us to pre-chew his salad?
9. Her eggs are cooked in less than three minutes
To avoid being cheated, the king’s cook prepares six meals for him every morning, leaving him spoiled for choice. No, but he thought he was Queen Charles of England or what??
10. His office is always polished
Yes, as she showed when she ascended the throne on September 10, 2022, Charlo really doesn’t like her office to be cluttered.
11. Let ink pens be banished from the earth forever
Like his little mother, who wanted to iron her newspaper every morning to keep her hands from getting ink, Charles III didn’t like stained mimines. However, he made this clear to everyone when he signed the guest book in Belfast during his visit to Northern Ireland. Ouinnnnn, I have black on maiiiiins.
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