Former Personal Dresser to the Late Queen, Angela Kelly, Leaves Windsor Residence Amidst Reports of Disrespect

…By Lola Smith for TDPel Media. Angela Kelly, a close friend and personal dresser to the late Queen Elizabeth II, has been expressing her feelings of “disrespect” on Instagram after vacating her former grace-and-favour residence.


Known for assisting the Queen in choosing some of her most iconic outfits, Kelly has now left her accommodation on the Windsor estate.

Following Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, she is no longer residing in the home she was granted without paying rent for her services.

Having served as the late Queen’s personal assistant, advisor, and curator for over 25 years, Kelly was honored as a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order in the Queen’s honors list after her demise.

Reports have surfaced suggesting that the new monarch has secretly gifted Kelly, who was exceptionally close to his late mother, a new home in Yorkshire, allowing her to be near her family.

Recent pictures show Kelly packing her belongings for removal.

On her Instagram stories, Kelly shared several melancholic posts and videos.


One quote stated, “No matter how kind and generous you are, you’ll never satisfy an ungrateful person.

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Learning how to remain calm when you’re disrespected is a superpower.” In another post, she shared the lyrics of a song called “Broken Angel,” featuring the line, “You are the one.

I miss you so much.

Now you’re gone.”

Reports suggest that King Charles has imposed a ban on Kelly sharing any royal insider secrets as part of the agreement for her new home.

According to The Mirror, it was previously believed that Kelly had obtained permission from the Queen to write a new book.

However, the King allegedly felt that an updated version of Kelly’s second book, titled “The Other Side Of The Coin: The Queen, The Dresser And The Wardrobe,” revealed intimate details about the Royal Family that went “too far.”

In the book, Kelly described the Queen’s behavior following the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip, stating, “I helped her off with her coat and hat, and no words were spoken.


The Queen then walked to her sitting room, closed the door behind her, and she was alone with her own thoughts.”

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Kelly’s move was announced last month when she took to her personal Instagram account, revealing her intention to relocate and mentioning that her work phone had been disconnected.

Hailing from Liverpool and the daughter of a dock worker, Kelly worked closely with the late Queen for almost 30 years, becoming one of her most trusted confidants.

They were known to discuss various topics, including clothes, makeup, and jewelry, while sharing jokes and anecdotes about their grandchildren.

In a rare interview with the Telegraph in 2007, Kelly described their relationship as two typical women who would discuss fashion choices and accessories.

As a diligent and lively royal aide, Kelly played a significant role in keeping the Queen’s style contemporary, even adding a touch of glamour during her decades of service.

The Queen highly valued Kelly’s opinion and gradually gave her more freedom in helping create her looks for various events.

Under Kelly’s guidance, the late monarch was willing to incorporate modern elements into her style as she advanced in age.


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For instance, during a film demonstration in Canada in 2010, the Queen wore a pair of 3D glasses that were adorned with Swarovski crystals forming the letter “Q” on the sides, thanks to Kelly’s artistic touch.

During the lockdown period, when the Queen isolated with a small group known as the “HMS Bubble,” Kelly was believed to be part of the team.

In an interview, she once revealed their typical conversations about clothes, makeup, and jewelry, emphasizing their relatability as women.


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Lola Smith is a highly experienced writer and journalist with over 25 years of experience in the field. Her special interest lies in journalistic writeups, where she can utilize her skills and knowledge to bring important stories to the public eye. Lola’s dedication to her craft is unparalleled, and she writes with passion and precision, ensuring that her articles are informative, engaging, and thought-provoking. She lives in New York, USA.

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