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King Charles III Warns Clarence House Staff They Could Be Fired as He Moves Into Buckingham Palace

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Big changes are coming. King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla are set to move into their new residence at Buckingham Palace — which could mean his former employees will be out of work.The Guardian reported on Tuesday, September 13, that the new monarch, 73, alerted his Clarence House staff that they could potentially be fired as he and Camilla, 75, shift their office operations to London.Employees were reportedly alerted to the potential changes during a service for the late Queen Elizabeth II at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Monday, September 12.“The change in role for our principals will also mean change for our household,” read a letter from the king’s top aide, Sir Clive Alderton per The Guardian. “The portfolio of work previously undertaken in this household supporting the former Prince of Wales’s personal interests, former activities and household operations will no longer be carried out, and the household … at Clarence House will be closed down.

It is therefore expected that the need for the posts principally based at Clarence House, whose work supports these areas will no longer be needed.”The message also stated that those who gave “direct, close, personal support and advice” to Charles would retain their roles.

However, those who were laid off would be provided with an increased “redundancy payment” as well as assistance in finding a new job.Alderton, 55, concluded the letter by saying, “I appreciate that this is unsettling news and I wanted to let you know of the support that is available at this point.”On Tuesday, a spokesperson for Clarence House told The Guardian that “the operations of the household” for the king and queen consort have ceased and it is “required by law” that a

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