A new book has shed light on how King Charles treats his staff, with the monarch reportedly having a "fierce temper and a ferocious work ethic".
Valentine Low's Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown features insight from insiders close to the new King, with The Times sharing a snippet of the book.
"Things would frustrate him, especially the media," a source shared.
A former member of his household described him as going from "zero to 60 in a flash and then back again", however, they added that he "rarely directs" his anger towards people, according to Fox News.
Another former member of staff described Charles as "never satisfied with himself or what he has achieved".
"People around him had to work hard to keep up," they said. "He had enormous stamina."
"He would drive people hard," the book reveals. "He was full of ideas, always asking people to go and do things. The workload as private secretary would be immense. He had strong opinions. He also had a proper temper on him, which was quite fun.
"He would rarely direct it at the individual. It would be about something, and he would lose his temper. He would throw something. He would go from zero to 60 in a flash and then back down again. Things would frustrate him, especially the media."
Apparently, Charles is "very demanding of himself" and expects the same of his team with phone calls coming in "at any time", including during Christmas.
"At any moment, he may want to call you about something. Working on his boxes, on his ideas, on his papers. The pace is pretty intense."
Heartbreaking new detail about Queen's death
It comes after a heartbreaking detail about the Queen's death was revealed, with Her Majesty's beloved corgis "with her in the room" and by her side when she passed away, according to the Daily Mail.
Muick and Sandy appeared at Her Majesty's funeral last week where they waited for the hearse carrying her coffin as the royal family came together for the committal service.
Prince Andrew was seen with the dogs, who are now under his care, following his mother's passing after the funeral.
Prince William confirmed to mourners the day before the Queen's funeral that the dogs are doing well.
"I saw them the other day," he said. "They’re being looked after fine. They’re two very friendly corgis. They’ve got a good home. They’re being looked after very well."
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