Queen’s underwear company dismissed

In the U.K., a company which supplies underwear clothes to the Queen lost is royal warrant after publishing a book which revealed details of the royal bras.

Rigby & Peller, a British company which designs luxurious underwear clothes has held the royal warrant since 1960.

The warrant was withdrawn after June Kenton – the designer of the Queen’s bras – wrote a book entitled ‘Storm in a D-Cup’.

Mrs Kenton stated that there was nothing in the book which is offensive or hurts anyone, saying the decision was unbelievable.

Buckingham Palace said it will not comment on any particular company.

The company said in a statement that it is very disappointed with the decision and will not comment further as a respect to the Queen.

Kenton’s biography published in March 2017 gives accounts of her royal visits. She said six months ago Buckingham Palace told her the book was unwarranted and was not welcomed by the royal family.

Kenton added she did not reveal what happened behind closed doors and her work with the Queen and Princess Margaret, admitting she should have consulted with Buckingham Palace before publishing the books.

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