Royal Service: My Twelve Years As Valet to Prince Charles

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  • Title: Royal Service: My Twelve Years As Valet to Prince Charles
  • Author: Stephen P. Barry
  • ISBN: 9780380673971
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. [These notes were made in 1984:]. Well, Mr. Barry didn't get to be a royal valet for a dozen years by being either indiscreet or a Royals-hater, so it comes as no surprise that, far from containing any scandalous anecdotes, this book is pretty mushy on the royals. I cannot believe that there was quite the personal distance between Charles and his valet that Barry implies with all his "sirs" and "your highnesses." But I found the account of palace hierarchy interesting: I had no idea it was so ex [...]


    2. Stephen Barry served as valet to HRH Prince Charles for 12 years, leaving shortly after Charles married Lady Diana Spencer. This account of what it was like to work for a member of the British royal family is fairly circumspect, although the royals were reportedly unhappy about the book anyway. In response to many questions from readers of this book, Stephen Barry went on to write another book that was more of a tell-all type, "Royal Secrets" (which I have already reviewed). It's hard to imagine [...]


    3. As a person who has a minor obsession with reading about servants, particularly ones to royalty, this book was mildly interesting. It's not a salacious tell-all about the royal family. It talks about his experiences with Prince Charles in a respectful way, perhaps a little TOO respectful, verging on a boot-licking worshiping mentality. This man reminds me a lot of the butler on UPSTAIRS-DOWNSTAIRS. He very much understands the class division and seems to totally accept it, which is a little off- [...]



    4. An interesting "tell-all" written by the former valet to Prince Charles. The book is full of fun tidbits of gossip. It is dated now, however.



    5. One of those nice trashy reads that make an afternoon fly by. How much to believe? Who knows, but it was entertaining.


    6. It must be nice to have a servant do everything in life for you. Prince Charles is pretty helpless and he feels entitled. What a terrible job to have.


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