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© Henry Nicholls - WPA Pool/Getty Images The King Charles III during the state visit of Cyril Ramaphosa on November 23, 2022.
long before His accession to the throne, King Charles III had indicated that he intended to adopt a more sober and less expensive approach to the monarchy. Now that he is the active monarch, he puts his projects in execution. The first to pay the price are the employees of the crown. According to the Mirror , the new king will fire dozens of people working at Windsor in the coming weeks, the castle where his mother had chosen to spend his last years. According to a source, workers are "very worried": "It's a very difficult moment. Many have already been resigned to leaving the work they liked for years.
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On the other hand, Charles and his wife, the Queen Consort Camilla , do not seem to have the intention of setting up at the castle. With a view to a less expensive monarchy, a reduction in staff at the service of Queen Elizabeth II is apparently inevitable. The queen could count on the help of around 500 staff members, for various functions: women and maids to the locker room, cooks to gardeners, secretaries to the accountants, to social media managers. Following his death, several employees should be replaced by the hundred relatives of Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, at their service for years.
The fate of the queen's ladies of honor in the hands of King
Charles III had already laid the milestones of a less sumptuous crown last September. The cleaver had indeed fell out of a hundred employees of Clarence House, the official residence of the current royal couple until the death of Queen Elizabeth II. In view of the couple's move in what will be the new seat of the Monarchy (we do not yet know which royal residences he will choose), the staff have been drastically reduced: special secretaries, chamber staff, attendants Cloakroom, team in charge of communication ... In all, Charles III has "deleted" a hundred positions. "Our staff provided a long and loyal service and, although certain layoffs are inevitable, we work in an emergency to offer alternative roles for as many employees as possible," read the official note disseminated by the Palace.
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On the other hand, anyone who is engaged by the royal family signs a contract which explicitly stipulates that in the event of the death of the sovereign, the new employer - in this case King Charles III - may decide to reinstall the staff or to dismiss him with a generous starting indemnity. Employees who have received the letter and who are finally licensed will have six months to find a new job. With the mention of Windsor on their CV, they will certainly have no difficulty in getting hired elsewhere.
The reorganization of the monarchy led by Charles could also, according to the Mirror, be undergone by the ladies of honor of Queen : precious auxiliaries, but also dear friends and intimate confidants, who discreetly accompanied Elizabeth II In the most important moments of his life. For their service, these women - who have been personally chosen by the Queen - receive no salary. The ladies of honor work free of charge: at most they can request the reimbursement of their costs. It is a work based exclusively on prestige and they are not supposed to retire: they must faithfully serve the queen for life, with a two -week rotation. Since the death of the Queen, the fate of these ladies, all aged over 80, has been in the hands of Charles III. What will happen to them?
Stellantis forced to store cars on an abandoned aerodrome in Sochaux .
© supplied by Tribune The parking lot of the Sochaux factory is filled with vehicles due to congestion of transport. The congestion of world transport continues. The Stellantis factory in Sochaux (Doubs) is, in fact, forced to store part of the new vehicles which it has built on a disused site. Waiting for shipping, they are led by factory employees to Lure-Malbouhans aerodrome, located more than 40 kilometers from the factory, said management to AFP.