Big Boob: Lingerie Company that Supplies UK Monarch Stripped of Royal Warrant

A company which supplied lingerie to the Queen has lost its royal warrant over a book which revealed details of royal bra fittings. AGENCIES

A company which supplied lingerie to the Queen has lost its royal warrant over a book which revealed details of royal bra fittings. AGENCIES

Among other reveals, Kenton reportedly wrote about outfitting a half-naked Queen Elizabeth in front of the monarch's beloved Corgis, as well as bringing Princess Diana pictures of scantily clad lingerie models for William and Harry to hang in their dormitories at Eton, the Daily Express reports.

The official lingerie brand for the royal family, Rigby and Peller has been let go after 57 years of service.

The book, entitled Storm in a D-Cup, recounts her time at the head of Rigby & Peller, which she purchased in 1982, but also includes intimate details of fittings with the Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Diana.

"Rigby & Peller is deeply saddened by this decision and is not able to elaborate further on the cancellation out of respect for Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Warrant Holders Association", the company said in statement.

Buckingham Palace has refused to be drawn into the matter, insisting it did not "comment on individual companies". The luxury lingerie firm was founded in 1939 by Gita Peller and Bertha Rigby, before being sold to Kenton and her husband.

Rigby & Peller's United Kingdom office and Belgian parent company Van de Velde were unavailable for comment when contacted by Lingerie Insight.

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Rigby & Peller had held the royal warrant as corsetiere to the queen since 1960. It had held the royal warrant - a designation issued to companies who regularly supply goods to the monarchy - since 1960. "I just think the world of them".

Kenton said that the book is mainly about herself - a "gentle" narrative of her life which she is "proud" of and eager to share.

General view of the Rigby & Peller store in Knightsbridge, London.

"I only ever said I went there [to Buckingham Palace], not what happened", the BBC quoted her as saying.

"I recognised the swimsuits in photos of her on that last fateful yachting trip with Dodi Fayed".

"I have never, ever spoken about what I do there with her, or the Queen Mother or Princess Margaret", she added."I've been honorable throughout my life - it's unbelievable they don't like the book, there's nothing in it that they could remotely be upset about", Mrs Kenton added. While a palace spokesperson said that the reason was because of "significant decline in the trading relationship" between the Duke of Edinburgh and the iconic store, it was rumoured that the royal was angered by allegations made by owner Mohamed al Fayed who claimed that the monarchy has caused the 1997 Paris auto crash that killed Diana, Princess of Wales and his son, Dodi.

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