The british queen elizabeth II. (91) has given its court supplier for bustenhalter, rigby& peller, confidence withdrawn – allegedly because of an indiscretion. This was reported on thursday by several british media with reference to the longstanding company director june kenton.
The company has been awarded the royal certificate for 57 years as a supplier of queen decorations. On thursday, the company name was no longer to be found in the directory of the royal warrant holders, the company of the court suppliers.
The reason for this is said to be a book that 82-year-old kenton published last year. She describes details from fittings at buckingham palace, including those with the queen and princess diana. The queen is half-dressed and her corgis are often present, reports the telegraph, citing the autobiographical work entitled "storm in a D-cup.
Kenton was affected by the withdrawal of confidence. "I am very sad that buckingham palace has taken offense at the story," she told the BBC. The palace would not comment on the matter.