King Charles’s new chief driver is Queen Consort Camilla’s former bodyguard
King Charles III’s new chief chauffeur is revealed to be Queen Consort Camilla’s former bodyguard amid a recent staff reshuffle at Buckingham Palace.
Mark Andrews, who served the Royal Family for 20 years, led the Queen Consort’s Police Protection Team until his retirement last year.
Mark, however, returned to the royal role as Charles’ chief driver Tim William retired, reported The sun.
The former commandant of Scot Yard told the publication: ‘He is clearly trustworthy and well liked by them, but there is the added importance of security, especially with the coronation coming up.’
The insider told the site that Mark is truly loyal to the Royal Family as he would “jump in front of a fly ball” to protect the family if necessary.