Queen Elizabeth II’s Dresser Angela Kelly Seemingly Disses King Charles On Instagram
When Queen Elizabeth II passed on to the big throne in the sky, her son, King Charles III had to figure out what to do with all the people who suckled from her deflated royal teets while she wore the crown- starting with Little Saint James’ former resident Prince Andrew, who Charles slashed his royal allowance and is currently trying to evict from the Royal Lodge. But now, Charles has bigger fish and chips to fry since THE QUEEN’s former dresser Angela Kelly– who’s supposedly salty over being pushed aside by the royal family – has seemingly been shading the King in some cryptic posts and others not so cryptic. And even though Charles is no stranger to having disses thrown his way, Angela isn’t one to fuck with since she’s known for having an arsenal of THE QUEN’s secrets.
Angela was known in these cobblestone streets as not just the Queen’s dresser but also her close confidant, who was eventually titled “Personal Assistant, Advisor and Curator to Her Majesty,” along with the go-ahead from the Queen to write three books about their relationship. Two have been published so far. Apparently, when THE QUEEN died, Charles evicted Angela from her Berkshire Cottage in early 2023, despite being promised lifelong accommodation by Elizabeth. Then supposedly, he gave her a house in Yorkshire afterward in return for her “silence” and a promise to not write the final third book. If you ask me, getting a house after being laid off is as good of a severance package as it’s gonna get in the history of job firings.
Angela took to Instagram to post a now-deleted image with a petty caption about ungrateful people. People think that caption was aimed at King Charles. According to The Daily Mail:
Ms Kelly is leaving her riverside home to move to the Peak District where the King has gifted her a new home to honour his late mother’s promise.
Yesterday on her Instagram account she posted an image bearing the quote: ‘No matter how kind and generous you are, you’ll never satisfy an ungrateful person.’
A second quote on the same image read: ‘Learning how to remain calm when you’re disrespected is a superpower.’
Here’s her post saying goodbye to the Berkshire home THE QUEEN gave her:
In response to one of the comments on her post, Angela told her friend she’d be unreachable on her work phone since it was disconnected, presumably not by her own hand. I think she should consider herself lucky since in Ancient Egypt; they’d kill servants of monarchs to serve them in the afterlife, so…