A former butler of the Royal Family has been fired after publicly speaking out about Prince George of Cambridge’s alleged homosexuality.
Edward H. Burrough III has become persona non grata at the Buckingham Palace after talking to the Hollywood Enquirer last week and revealing what he calls the Royal family’s “best-kept secret.”
Burrough says he was fired from Buckingham Palace several days after the interview and has since been the victim of several death threats and now fears for his own life.
“Everybody at Buckingham Palace knows the prince is a bit of a poof. I never thought I’d lose my job or receive death threats after saying it out loud” he told reporters, visibly anxious.
“They killed Diana for less than that. Imagine what they did to her just because she was banging her Muslim bodyguard,” he admits in fear.
“I hope I had never said anything. I was drunk, I should’ve never said what I did. I’m a dead man,” he said in tears when reached by phone.
A disturbing secret
Edward H. Burrough III believes the Royal family wants to keep Prince George’s homosexuality a secret because it would imply no heir to the throne and, ultimately, the end of the Royal Monarchy.
“Even the Queen is well aware of Prince George’s sexual orientation and has put a lot of pressure on Prince William to give her a decent heir,” he told the Hollywood Enquirer.
“The Queen was furious when they had Princess Charlotte and clearly expects Prince William and Catherine’s third child to be a boy,” he added.
Prince George is currently third in the line of succession to the British throne, after Prince Charles and Prince William.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said Burrough’s contract was terminated after he violated a nondisclosure agreement but would not comment on the allegations.