Seven members of staff at Kensington Palace have been sacked or resigned over misconduct since 2015

Mail Online | 5/19/2019 | Jonathan Corke For Mail Online
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Seven members of staff at Kensington Palace have been sacked or resigned over misconduct.

The workers helped look after the palace, which is home to Prince William and wife Kate, for the charity which manages royal palaces for the Government.

Records - Historic - Royal - Palaces - HRP

Records show they are among 27 Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) employees who have been fired or left under a cloud since 2015.

Two of the 27 were dismissed last year for harassment, while another lost their job four years ago over a fraud.

Others - Attendance - Procedure

Five others were fired over their attendance, while eight were sacked for 'failing to follow procedure'.

Another was dismissed for 'failing to follow performance framework'.

HRP - Staff - Kensington - Palace - Houses

Three of the 17 HRP staff sacked since 2015 worked at Kensington Palace, which houses up to 15 high-ranking royals, including Prince William, 36, wife Kate, 37, and their three children.

Prince Harry, 34, and wife Meghan, 37, were living in the palace's Nottingham Cottage but moved out before the birth of their son this month.

HRP - Staff - Work - Side - Palace

HRP staff work for the public side of the palace so don't work directly for the royals.

Others sacked by HRP include seven employees from the Tower of London, five from Hampton Court and two from Hillsborough Castle.

Members - HRP

A further ten members of HRP...
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