Ungrateful Workers At Kensington Palace Threaten To Go On Strike Over A Pay Cut!

February 23, 2016 / Posted by:

Shortly after this picture was taken, Prince William and Duchess Kate flew off to Bora Bora where they spent 9 days resting their wrists in a spa because they strained themselves something bad while holding that umbrella and that clutch.

It’s truly hard to find good help who are grateful that they get to be in the presence of royal greatness and won’t bitch about trivial things like paying their bills and feeding their families. Can you believe that there’s people out there who are lucky enough to work for their future King and yet they’re threatening to strike because they may get a pay cut that’ll put them below a living wage? In THE QUEEN’s day, she would’ve punished those ungrateful peasants by turning them into human leather skin jackets for her Corgis to wear.

The Sunday Times (via Metro UK) reports that some of the staff at Kensington Palace, where Duchess Kate and Prince William live, are threatening to go on a strike after learning that changes to their work hours will cost them £3,000 a year. The charity that manages their salaries has decided to cut some hours to tighten up the budget. All of the employees who are affected don’t directly work for Duchess Kate and Princess William. They work in the public part of Kensington Palace and do shit like sell tickets and give tours to tourists. Many of them have worked there for over 10 years. The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) is meeting with the head bitches at Kensington Palace to talk it through, but the palace workers are still going to vote on whether or not they should strike. A rep for Historical Royal Palaces isn’t worried:

“The changes to working hours affect a small number of colleagues in the front-of-house team at Kensington Palace. We have given a year’s notice of the planned changes and are currently in discussions with the PCS union. We value our staff very highly and hope to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement.”

I hope this dreadful and stressful news doesn’t finds its way into the ears of Prince Baldy and Princess Pantene, because this is the last thing they need. The Telegraph says that Prince William is being called a lazy trick, because he has only done two royal engagements this year on top of his 20-hours-a-week job as an air ambulance pilot. Prince Willy gets rest periods from his pilot job and the palace claims that the rules are that he can’t do any work, including royal shit, on his days off. But the Civil Aviation Authority says there are no rules about that and Prince Willy can do whatever the hell he wants on his rest days. So yeah, I hope that Prince William is using his much-needed days off to rest his overworked royal head on a velvet pillow far away from the ungrateful workers bitching about making a living wage!

But really, if Kensington Palace needs to make more cash to not cut hours, there’s a really easy solution. They should get Prince Hot Ginge to dance freckled-ass-naked and give lap dances in Kensington Palace’s new champagne room English Breakfast Tea Room. They can increase ticket prices by 5000% and it will bring more jobs to the local fire department and hospitals. The area will need more firefighters and hospital workers to deal with all of the people who will suffer dehydration from jizzing out all of their body fluids and who will be hit with burns from being that close to PHG’s hotness. It’s a win/win for England!

Here’s a bunch of pictures of Duchess Kate working as a blogger at Huffington Post UK for one day. She “worked for a few hours before leaving to go shopping. I don’t see the problem. She touched a mouse and looked at a computer screen. What more do those slave drivers want?

Pics: Wenn.com

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