King Charles III may shake up Buckingham Palace in the wake of Queen’s death

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The new monarch gave a moving speech honouring his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, ahead of a prayer service for Her Majesty at St Paul’s Cathedral. His mother, Her Majesty the Queen died peacefully at Balmoral on Thursday afternoon.

Speaking to Fox News, Darren McGrady, who worked for the Queen for over a decade, spoke about her death and the way he expects King Charles to lead the country.

Talking about the steps he would take, Mr McGrady jokingly said: “From the culinary side, first of all, all the menus will change.

“The Queen was really into comfort foods, the traditional cuisine, the Prince of Wales is very much into Italian food. He loves his organic food.

“I can see all the Buckingham Palace gardens becoming organic. The food side he is definitely going to change.”

Charles, who currently lives in Clarence House, is yet to confirm whether he will be moving into Buckingham Palace with Queen Camilla.

Mr McGrady too has his doubts.

He said: “I just have this feeling that I wonder if the Prince of Wales will actually move into Buckingham Palace when he becomes the King.

“I wonder if it’s a new beginning and the Prince of Wales will open up Buckingham Palace to the public. I am just wondering if that might happen.”

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