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Queen Elizabeth II is looking for staff: seven new jobs are available

Anyone who has always dreamed of working for Queen Elizabeth II now has the chance. The British royal family is currently looking for staff again.

London – The Palast has currently advertised seven new jobs in a wide variety of departments. Some of the jobs could actually get you pretty close to Queen Elizabeth II (95). * reveals here which jobs Queen Elizabeth II currently has to offer.

The Royal Family around Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles (73), Prince William (39), Duchess Kate (39) & Co. employs countless people. Not only do personal assistants, chauffeurs, security staff, nannies or butlers support the members of the royal family in their everyday lives, help is also needed in matters of management and accounting. New job advertisements are published on the Royal Household LinkedIn account at regular intervals. There are currently seven positions to be filled. Anyone who has always wanted to work for the Queen should take a quick look at the advertisements and polish up their résumé. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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