Queen Elizabeth Makes History Again With Her New Right-Hand Man

by Jeremy Spirogis
Queen Elizabeth

After spending months away from London as a consequence of COVID-19, Queen Elizabeth is making headlines for her workers and protocol modifications on the palace. Her Majesty even made historical past when she employed somebody new to be her right-hand man.

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Windsor Palace is on the lookout for a brand new live-in apprentice cleaner

According to The Daily Mail, the official royal household web site has a job posting for a place at Windsor Palace. The Level 2 Housekeeping Apprenticeship place will go to a person who delivers “extraordinary service in incredible surroundings.”

The starting wage is £19,140 ($25,000) and the one who will get the job will dwell on the royal residence with all meal and journey bills supplied. They are answerable for the “upkeep and care of a wide range of interiors and items” at Windsor Palace, Buckingham Palace, and different royal residences all year long. The new cleaner should additionally work as assist workers for features and occasions at Windsor palace.

This is an entry-level place, so candidates don’t want expertise or an English or Maths qualification. The splendid candidate will want a “commitment to learning new skills” and a “willingness to tackle new challenges.”

The apprentice will participate in a 13-month studying program and obtain assist from a mentor earlier than delivering “exceptional standards” as a part of the everlasting workforce. The palace guarantees that this job will set the precise individual on track “for a successful career in the hospitality sector.”

Currently, the queen resides at Windsor Palace through the pandemic as an alternative of staying at her regular residence, Buckingham Palace in London.

Queen Elizabeth wore a masks for the primary time in public

In early November, Queen Elizabeth wore a face masks in public for the primary time amid the pandemic when she attended a quick ceremony at Westminster Abbey. According to ABC 33/40 News, the 94-year-old had made public appearances on a number of events because the pandemic started. However, cameras had by no means caught Her Majesty carrying a masks.

Buckingham Palace launched pictures of the queen on November 7 from her go to to the abbey. Queen Elizabeth wore a black masks with white edges whereas attending a ceremony to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior.

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“It was wonderful to see Her Majesty in such good spirits and good health,” Dr. David Hoyle, the Dean of Westminster, mentioned after the service. “We talked about the centenary and the life of the abbey. This is the place where she was married and she’s conscious of those associations.”

The solely individual to hitch the dean and the queen on the personal service was her equerry, Lieutenant Colonel Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah.

Queen Elizabeth makes historical past together with her new equerry

The ceremony at Westminster Abbey was the final for the Lieutenant Colonel because the queen’s equerry. Hello! Magazine stories that Major Tom White is taking on the function in late November, and the queen has made historical past with this rent.

Major White is a Royal Marines officer, and he’s the primary Royal Marines commando to be the queen’s right-hand man. The appointment comes after Prince Harry misplaced his official navy appointments when he stepped away from the royal household. One of these roles was Captain General of the Marines.

Lieutenant Colonel Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah – referred to as “TA” to his colleagues and mates – grew to become the queen’s equerry in 2017. He additionally made historical past as the primary black equerry appointed to the royal family.

An equerry is an officer from one of many branches of the UK’s armed companies. The function lasts for 3 years, and the individual assists Queen Elizabeth with all of her public duties.

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