Royal SHOCK claim: Prince Charles has 'two men to help him get DRESSED'

PRINCE Charles has been dubbed the "pampered Prince" by staff members in a documentary, with his biographer claiming he has two men to "help him get dressed in the morning".

Prince Charles: 'Men paid by the state' to dress him says expert

The heir to the throne has loyal staff at his service all day, every day. As well as completing usual tasks from cooking, making his bed and generally helping with day-to-day life, they also assist with his morning routine. Prince Charles’s “daily life is bizarre” claims an uncovered YouTube 2015 documentary.

He has two men, paid for by the state, to help him get dressed in the morning

Anthony Holden

Speaking in the documentary, titled, “The Madness of Prince Charles”, royal biographer Anthony Holden said: “Charles, for all his attempts to find out how the other half lives and interest in the less fortunate in society, for all that, he has two men, paid for by the state, to help him get dressed in the morning."

Princess Diana's close friend and former butler Paul Burrell, who worked closely with the family, reveals some more of his habits and preferences in Amazon Prime's 2013 documentary “Serving the Royals: Inside the Firm”.

The documentary suggests that Prince Charles lives a very privileged life at Clarence House, with staff reportedly calling him the "pampered prince".

Mr Burrell said: "His pyjamas are pressed every morning, his shoe laces are pressed flat with an iron, the bath plug has to be in a certain position and the water temperature has to be just tepid."

Royal SHOCK claim: Prince Charles has 'two men to help him get DRESSED'

Prince Charles has 'two men to help him get DRESSED' (Image: Getty)

Diana’s former butler claims the Prince has “one of his staff squeeze one inch of toothpaste onto his toothbrush every morning”.

Mr Burrell continued in the documentary: “On one occasion, he [Charles] rang me from his library and he said, ‘Oh Paul, a letter from the Queen seems to have fallen into my wastepaper bin. Would you pick it out?’”

In 2018 book “Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles”, author Tom Bower exposes some other peculiar habits about the Prince too.

Mr Bower describes Charles’ life as being run “by valets, butlers, cooks, secretaries, gardeners and chauffeurs”.

He also recalls an incident with Prince Charles and some cling film.

Footage from the documentary shows Charles receiving help to get dressed (Image: Amazon Prime)

Paul Burrell: Prince Charles demanded me to go through his bin

Mr Bower describes when Camilla Parker Bowles heard a “shriek coming from the kitchen one night” after the Prince stumbled upon the mystery plastic while “searching for a late-night snack”.

He had reportedly “asked staff to leave food out for him to eat later and became frightened upon encountering the cold meats covered by the unknown product”.

The book claims that Camilla dashed in to find Charles looking at the food, asking: "What's this?"

She then reportedly replied: "It's cling film, darling."

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