Wednesday, May 25, 2022

ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH EXPERTS FROM LONDON FROM THEIR REAL GUARDIANS - BRITISH BODYGUARDS: “‘If these kids were brought up on a council estate somewhere in South London, they’d have been taken into care by now.’”

The main problem in my opinion is the great grandmother, grandmother, mother Elisabeth...she is just as any other grandma in the deep pockets of her grandchildren(see grandchildren already through her great grand children) as whole thing is nothing more than family operated business - and because its same as  almost every second car dealership, you the potential employee should pay special attention to all provisions included in your work contract and moreover consider leaving as far better choice than submitting complain to local state agency or even contacting private lawyer in case of conflicts(car sellers even in the USA are protected with minimum hourly wage in case employer decides to deceive them, but dealing with British royals comes with soooo many risks I can tell that most often is not worth the effort)...all in all, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND YOU BRITISH AS PER WHY DO YOU PUT UP WITH BULLS*** from these people. It was UK, then USA was born as people no longer were willing to take it(they still persist in Canada for whatever reason), and I don't know much about Australia/New Zealand any longer either - Ireland went because of these merchants through most severe famine and England alone where they are hosted isn't happy with the way things are handled...

Ken Wharfe according to my views was just a bottom feeder - no police officer of any kind. He put up okay with them as whole as one had nothing much to complain about. He was more politician than what he refers himself to as bodyguard, but others paid costs including for Ken Wharfe's criminal behavior - I know, I did. Article seen bellow is rather a stark contrast to reality, but one depicts views of normal people otherwise prohibited from going public about it...

Reading to public a fine letters specified on work contract(confidentiality wise) for each royal employee would be helpful. Its what presents the biggest problem for employees at car dealerships throughout US. They don't need no mediators, they needed and need(just as any common criminal) real police assistance - the one that sees not between "royal" and ordinary citizen.

Harry and William's bodyguard's grave warning to replacement: 'Good luck – you'll need it'

PRINCE HARRY and Prince William's bodyguard had some "words of warning" for his replacement over the two brothers' behaviour, a royal expert has claimed.
13:58, Tue, May 24, 2022 | UPDATED: 13:59, Tue, May 24, 2022

The brothers had been extremely close growing up, and one royal expert has claimed that the princes caused havoc as children. 

In an extract for his new book, ‘William At 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch’, Robert Jobson claimed that one of the brothers’ former bodyguards issued a stern warning to his replacement over the boy’s behaviour. 

Writing for the Daily Mail, Mr Jobson said: “Not all the boys’ police officers were as tolerant as he [Ken Wharfe] was. 

“When one of them left his job, he had some words of warning for his replacement.

“‘Good luck — you’re going to need it,’ he said. 

“‘If these kids were brought up on a council estate somewhere in South London, they’d have been taken into care by now.’”

“He was deadly serious.”

Harry and Meghan confirmed that they would be attending the Platinum Jubilee earlier this month after their spokesperson said: "Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are excited and honoured to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations this June with their children."

Weekly that Harry and William’s “rift very definitely hasn’t been healed,” and that Harry’s upcoming memoir continues to cause tension: “It will again be a source of very, very substantial discord.”

He added: “Whatever he writes, if it’s published this year, it’s going to cause problems.”

Harry’s “intimate and heartfelt” memoir is expected to be published later this year, and is expected to include his “mistakes and lessons learned,” during his life, and will reflect on “the highs and lows”.

He also said the contents of the book will be “accurate and wholly truthful”.

When announcing the project last summer, he said: "I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become."

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