It is no secret to anyone that the measures to prevent covid-19 are affecting everyone, including the employees of Queen Elizabeth who are not willing to comply with the measures proposed by the monarch.
Although the restrictions for covid-19 in the United Kingdom have been relaxed, that does not mean that they are free of possible new outbreaks. On the contrary, now it is necessary to take extreme measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and that is what the queen wants for the next Christmas celebrations.
Employees of Queen Elizabeth make the monarch angry
House Windsor’s top representative is upset after workers refused to work for her over Christmas in a “four-week bubble.”
British media The Sun reported that the staff rebelled against the queen’s plans and will not leave their families and work for as long as the royal family requires.
They say they are unwilling to isolate themselves from loved ones for four weeks.
The outlet reported that they asked staff to support the queen during her traditional break at Sandringham.
The uprising means the 94 year-old monarch may be forced to spend the Christmas season at Windsor Castle for the first time in 33 years.
An informant revealed to the media that “The Queen is furious.”
“The staff said enough is enough. It is absolutely unprecedented. “Everyone wants to be loyal, but they feel like they’ve been pushed too far by isolating themselves from their families at Christmas.”
About 20 employees are said to be involved in the riot, including cleaning, laundry and maintenance.
They reported that the unprecedented decision prompted meetings to begin with workers.