According to Paul Burrell – who was also a butler to Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana – the staff nicknamed Carlos III as the “spoiled prince” due to his eccentric requests.
The details were revealed in the 2015 documentary called “Serving the Royals: Inside the Firm”, which brought to light the details of the luxurious life of Carlos, when he lived in Clarence House, together with Camilla Parker.
The king “does everything”, confessed the former worker. “Her pajamas are ironed every morning, as are her shoelaces.”
“The tub stopper has to be in a certain position and the water temperature has to be only lukewarm,” in a bathtub “only half full,” Burrell said.
The king even “has his valets squeeze an inch of toothpaste onto his brush every morning.”
For his part, Carlos III’s breakfast should be healthy: “Eat homemade bread, a portion of fresh fruit and fruit juices,” said chef Graham Newbould, a former royal staff member.
your own toilet paper
“Wherever the prince moves around the world, the breakfast box goes with him. He has six different kinds of honey, some special mueslis, his dried fruit, and anything a little special that he’s a little picky about,” he continued.
In addition, they affirm that the monarch travels with his own belongings, such as “bed, furniture and even paintings”, revealed the British journalist Tina Brown in “The Palace Papers”. They even say he carries his own toilet and Kleenex Velvet brand toilet paper.