The Queen’s personal dresser, Angela Kelly, has been sharing secrets of the Queen’s wardrobe over in one of the newspapers today.
Apparently, if you’re her Majesty, not only do you have someone to plan the exact number of beads that are to go on a dress, you even get your hat width planned so that there’s no unfortunate (and very undignified) hat bashing as you get out of the Royal car.
It must be lovely to have someone there on hand to tell you what to wear, and when, rotate your outfits and even match you to the local fittings of wherever it is you’re going to.
(No clashes with the sofas, here. .)
It’s a bit of a far cry from a usual morning of getting dressed in this house.
wrestling cajoling with the small people to get their school uniforms on, it’s time to think about me getting dressed.
Sadly, no team of people rotating my clothes in order of when I last wore them (what do you mean, I wore the same clothes yesterday as I am today? Aren’t I allowed?! Oops)
Is it clean? Yep, it’ll do.
Cue the mad scramble for book bags before the walk to school…..
I think the Queen’s got the right idea. Now just lend me some of her cash and I’ll pay someone to think for me as well, as I think I need it… :-)