British media reported today, Tuesday, that Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain, may not be able to spend the Christmas holidays in her favorite palace in the “Sandrigham” area.
British media reported today, Tuesday, that Queen Elizabeth The second, the Queen of Britain, may not be able to spend the Christmas holidays in her favorite palace in the “Sandrigham” area of eastern England for the first time in nearly 33 years, due to a revolt by workers inside the royal palace.
The “Sun” newspaper, quoting sources close to the royal family, indicated that Queen Elizabeth (94 years old) may be forced to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays in “Windsor” in southeast England, and not in “Sandregham” after a large number of employees refused Minor workers will stay during the holiday in order to spend it with their families due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.
The newspaper said: “Sources confirm that the Queen is very angry as a result of this refusal, which equates to a revolt inside the palace, which includes about 20 employees and workers.”
“This means that the Queen, her husband Prince Philip and the rest of the royal family may have to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays at Windsor Castle rather than at the Queen’s favorite farm in Sandrigham for the first time in nearly 33 years,” she added.
The newspaper quoted the sources as saying that what the employees and workers did is a precedent in the royal palace because of their refusal to isolate themselves with the royal family and their preference for isolation with their families.
A source said: “They declared that they would not yield to the queen’s request .. It is true that they are loyal to the queen, but I feel that they consider that the queen asks more than they can afford.”
He pointed out that the “rebellion” includes cleaning and washing workers, maintenance workers, and other employees, noting that negotiations are currently underway between workers and the Queen’s assistants in order to reach a solution, although he is unlikely to yield to the Queen’s demands and stay during the Christmas holiday.
The newspaper pointed out that Queen Elizabeth usually spends her rest during the winter with her husband on “Sandregham” farm and then heads to “Windsor” castle in the city of “Norfolk” after the Christmas and New Year holidays before returning to “Buckingham” Palace in لندن To spend her time with the rest of the royal family, adding that the Queen stayed for several days in the “Balmoral” Palace in Scotland with her husband Philip (99 years old) before heading to “Sunregham” in the middle of this month.