About twenty employees rebelled because the queen wanted to prevent them from spending the holidays with their family and instead wanted to keep them in Norfolk to serve her, Prince Philip, and other members of the royal family.
Queen Elizabeth reportedly got angry when she learned that her employees had gone on strike against her plan to keep them at court during Christmas in order to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection.
About twenty employees rebelled because the Queen wanted to prevent them from spending the holidays with their family and instead wanted to keep them in Norfolk to serve her, Prince Philip, and other members of the royal family.
Cleaners, maids, cooks, and other servants do not want to be isolated from their loved ones, even for four weeks, all with the aim of protecting the health of the 94-year-old queen who is afraid of coronavirus infection.
-The queen is furious, but the workers don’t give up. They want to be loyal to her, but they think she demands too much from them – a source told “The Sun”.
After performing all her duties at Buckingham Palace, the Queen usually spends the holidays in Sandringham, but due to the new situation, she could spend Christmas at Windsor Castle – for the first time in 33 years.
A royal spokesman said the queen intended to reduce the number of engagements at Buckingham Palace on Christmas Eve.
But she could be forced to make a difficult decision about who to invite to Christmas dinner if current restrictions remain in place until December.