It has been reported that King Charles refused to pay Prince Andrew’s £ 32,000-a-year bill for his personal healing guru. The Duke of York has allegedly submitted the claim to the Privy Purse as a royal expense having sought the help of a yoga teacher.
However, the claim has reportedly been denied by the King, who is said to have told Andrew the bill will need to be covered using his own money. It comes after sources claimed Andrew has been using the Indian yogi for a number of years for chanting, massages, and holistic therapy in the privacy of his mansion. The healer has reportedly enjoyed month-long stays at a time at the £30 million Royal Lodge in Windsor.
Previously, the Queen seems to have passed the claims. But now Charles is in control. A source said: “While the Queen was always happy to indulge her son over the years, Charles is far less inclined to fund such indulgences, particularly in an era of a cost-of-living crisis. “Families are struggling and would rightly baulk at the idea of tens of thousands paid to an Indian guru to provide holistic treatment to a non-working royal living in his grace and favour mansion. This time the King saw the bill for the healer submitted by Andrew to the Privy Purse and thought his brother was having a laugh.”
How is he going to cope without his guru?
Will he be able to recover from the mysterious condition that prevents him to sweat?
Will his ego take another blow?
How will he be able to afford even the most basic holistic wellness?
How can Charles – who knows only too well about its benefits – be so cruel to his own brother?
Should I start a collection so that Andrew can pay for his most basic needs?
Yes, these are the nagging questions and deep concerns that keep me awake at night!
I have just been asked if, by any chance, the yoga teacher is a 16-year-old female. I have to admit that I cannot answer this question.
Very sorry to learn of your insomnia. Perhaps some aromatherapy, a lavender or a hop pillow, or some valerian?
I like BBC Radio 4’s programme “Sliced Bread” in which listeners nominate for investigation the advertising claims of some current fad. A thoroughly scientific discussion takes place, to shed light on whether the thing is “the best thing since sliced bread” or lacks substantiation. This week’s show was about sleep stuff like the things I mentioned.
What puts me to sleep infallibly is reading a few pages in Charle’s bool ‘HARMONY’ [it is intensely boring].
Anhydrosis (inability to sweat) is not entirely ‘mysterious’ (though claims to have such a condition might be);
Perhaps the Duke’s US based nephew could help, but his fees would probably be too much!
These all Yogis and Gurus are Dhongi Babas who cheat people. Good thing King Charles did. Wonder what chanting did this Yogi do.