Around the royal family of the UK, a scandal broke out because of the book.
The founder of lingerie company described too intimate
details about their lives.
A few days ago in the UK, a scandal broke out! Elizabeth II stripped Ragby & Peller, the lingerie company for the royal family that was dressing the royal family for 57 years.
The reason for the dissolution of business relations was the book "Storm in a D-Cup", published by the founder of the company June Kenton, which described the measurements taken from her Highness.
In her defense, the author of the book said that there is nothing in the book that would allow saying: "Oh, that's disgusting."
The woman called the accusations of the Queen groundless and was very upset, due to the fact that she will no longer cooperate with Elizabeth II.
June Kenton began working with members of the royal
family back in the early 80's.
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