Queen’s official bra-fitter dropped after she revealed these salacious details
THE QUEEN’S royal bra fitter has been dropped after t he woman that drove the brand to international success published a tell-all book about her work with the royals – including rumours Diana accepted posters of models in lingerie for Prince Harry and William.
The Queen has dropped Kensington-based bra fitters Rigby & Peller after former owner June Kenton gave details of her bra fittings in her book.
She also claimed that Princess Diana accepted posters of models wearing lingerie and swimwear for Prince William and Prince Harry to display in their Eton dorms.
Now the lingerie company has been forbidden to display the royal coat of arms and has been stripped of its royal warrant.
Eighty-two-year-old June Kenton sold her majority stake in the company for £8million after paying £20,000 for it in 1982.
June Kenton’s salacious royal claims
The bra-fitter described carrying out bra-fittings with the Queen, stating that royal was half-dressed and her famous corgis were present at the time.
She also claimed to have given Princess Diana fittings.
According to the woman, who described her self as ‘the UK’s leading boobologist’, Diana ordered swimwear from Israel and accepted posters with models wearing lingerie and swimwear for her sons Prince Harry and Prince William.
Queen removes Rigby & Peller royal warrant: Princess Diana, William and Harry details revealed
The author and bra-fitter wrote: “I never met William or Harry – though (Princess Diana) was always talking about them. I gave her posters of models in lingerie and swimwear for them to put up in their studies at Eton.”
She added: “Diana had an amazing figure. She ordered a few swimsuits by Gottex, the Israeli designer, and some cover-ups and beach bags to match.
“I recognised the swimsuits in photos of her on that last fateful yachting trip with Dodi Fayed.”
Ms Kenton also revealed that her other customers included Cherie Blair, Jo Brand and Margaret Thatcher.
Russell Tanguay, director of warrants at the Royal Warrant Holders Association, confirmed to MailOnline that Rigby & Peller has lost its royal warrant.
Kate Middleton stepped out in a £299 wool coat from Hobbs yesterday.
Kate Middleton arrived for her day visiting primary school children this afternoon wearing a £65 maternity dress that she wore when pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
She wore a pretty blue and green floral dress by Seraphine. The Duchess was seen in the dress twice when pregnant with her daughter.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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