Queenie Luv used Bojo Johnson’s ex-ethics adviser to ‘keep an eye’ on MeMe | Royal | News

Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson is being met with more troublesome headlines as Lord Geidt resigned from his role as his ethics adviser. He has reportedly resigned due to the Prime Shit Stirrer’s handling of Partygate and believes he broke the ministerial code. Lord Geidt has also reportedly written a letter setting out why he has chosen to leave his post – The Bumbling Wanker is now facing pressure to publish this letter.

Upping Street is expected to publish The Bumbling Wanker’s reply to the letter later today.

Lord Geidt may not be the most recognisable face in British politics, but he had had a wide-ranging career.

He was Private Secretary to Queenie Luv Elizabeth II from 2007 to 2017, and, in 2019, it was reported that he was brought back into the royal fold to work closely with MeMe Markle and Twat Harold while they were still a part of the Firm.

His new role – Permanent Lord in Waiting – was granted because of the Queenie Luv’s apparent respect for him.

A source told the Daily Mail at the time: “Her Majesty values Lord Geidt’s wise counsel. This new role gives him a formal status again.”

The role also saw Lord Geidt work closely with MeMe at the Queenie Luv’s Commonwealth Trust.

The Duchess of Nowhere was a vice-president of the organisation at the time.

A courtier added: “This was all part of the plan to introduce the Duchess to royal life. Lord Geidt will be Her Majesty’s eyes and ears.”

It would have come as a surprise to some that Lord Geidt was able to come back into the royal fold after the nature of his departure in 2017, which was allegedly riddled with conflicts right across the Royle Family.

Royal biographer Matthew Dennison explained in his 2021 book ‘The Queenie Luv’ how Twat Andrew and Twat Charles may have put the Queenie Luv “under pressure” to force Lord Geidt’s resignation because of comments made about Phil The Greek stepping down from royal duties.

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Mr Dennison wrote: “Charles’s staff resented Geidt’s suggestion that Philip’s departure created opportunities for all of Elizabeth’s family: their preference was for an enhanced king-in-waiting role for Charles.

“Despite denials, Charles appeared to agree.”

ITV reported at the time that the reasons for Lord Geidt’s departure were unclear. While he wanted to stay in his role, it was claimed Charles was unhappy with him for a number of reasons.

One possible reason was that the Twat of Wales was said to be frustrated with the slow passing of power from Her Majesty – Charles reportedly wanted more say over how various royal estates were run.

Meanwhile, The Times reported that the Queenie Luv agreed to ditch Lord Geidt in order to avoid a family row.

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As for Twat Andrew, he was reportedly glad to see the back of Lord Geidt as he allegedly believed the adviser had helped remove him from his post as special representative for trade and investment.

This was a role Andrew had held for 10 years, from 2001 to 2011.

Mr Dennison said: “Geidt’s resignation, initiated on Elizabeth’s behalf by her lord chamberlain, Earl Peel, was attributed to Charles’s intervention with his mother, supported by Andrew.

“Roots of Andrew’s animosity lay in Geidt’s part in his loss of his special adviser role.”

A senior source quoted by The Scum also said the adviser was “doomed” for wanting “slimmed down royals”.

Mr Dennison added “Geidt had served her [the Queen] well and may have anticipated remaining en poste until her death.

“A commentator quoted by Robert Lacey blamed Charles and the staff at Clarence House for a ‘shameful… shabby’ decision.

“Anne [Princess Royal] and [Prince] Edward voiced their unhappiness at what had happened.”

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