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The Book Claims That King Charles Had a Valet for Teddy When He Was in His 40s
There are some fascinating insights about the future King of Britain in a new book named “The King: The Life of Charles III” that will be released on November 8. The book claims that King Charles hired a person to take care of his childhood stuffed bear because he was so attached to it.
The author of “The King: The Life of Charles III,” according to Page Six, is Christopher Andersen. He claims that Michael Fawcett, the former king’s dependable valet, was in charge of the stuffed animal while Charles was in his thirties. Every time the toy needed repair, Mabel Anderson, the former nanny of the royal family, was brought out of retirement.
A former valet said in the book that the retired nanny “was the only human being authorized to take needle and thread to Prince Charles’ teddy bear.” You would think that King Charles, who was well into his forties, was undergoing major surgery on his own child each time the teddy bear needed to be mended, according to Anderson.
King Charles reportedly won’t travel without his childhood teddy bear and custom toilet seat. He gets tucked in every night, has someone put toothpaste on his toothbrush, and has his shoelaces ironed daily. @kady_ruth on a very weird royal man-baby: https://t.co/QlzwH6Axel
— Laura Bassett (@LEBassett) November 3, 2022
According to the book, valet Fawcett was also responsible for assisting the then Prince of Wales put on pants, tie his shoes, and squeeze toothpaste onto his personalized toothbrush, Page Six further revealed. He set out his pajamas and made the royal’s bed every night.
According to a previous New York Post article, Charles allegedly gave specific directions to his butler Paul Burrell to iron his shoelaces while he was serving as butler to the Queen and his late wife Princess Diana. In a bathtub that was “barely half full,” Burrell was cited by the New York Post as saying, “His pajamas are ironed every morning, his shoelaces are pressed flat with an iron, the bath plug has to be in a certain position, and the water temperature has to be just tepid.”
A lot of things about the Royals don’t make sense but I totally support having a valet for a teddy bear. https://t.co/LBeqLHyTlA
— Carleton English (@carletonenglish) November 2, 2022
The king even “makes his valets squeeze one inch of toothpaste onto his toothbrush every morning,” the author continued. When it comes to his routine and eating habits, he prefers healthier breakfast options. Chef Graham Newbould, a former member of the Royal staff, was quoted in the New York Post as saying that the King “had a more healthful choice. He would consume handmade bread, a bowl of fruit, fruit drinks, and “said Newbould.
Added, “The breakfast box travels with the prince wherever he goes in the globe. He is a bit picky about things, therefore he has six different kinds of honey, some unique mueslis, his dried fruit, and other specific items.”
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