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King Karl is looking for a man who will answer 200 letters in day

The Head of Royal Correspondence will receive a solid salary and deal with letters that come to Buckingham Palace

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King Charles III is looking for a person for a very responsible position: Head of the Royal Correspondence Department. He will answer letters to the King, Queen Consort Camilla, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton. The Daily Mail writes about this.

The employee is offered a solid salary – 60 thousand pounds sterling per year. He will sit in the royal secretary's office, working 37.5 hours a week for five days. But sorting through royal correspondence is no easy task. The Queen received over 200 letters a day, up to 70,000 a year.

King Charles is looking for a man who will answer 200 letters a day

King Karl looking for a person who will answer 200 emails a day

Apparently, the number of letters to Buckingham Palace is not going to dry up, so the new employee will have to deal with hundreds of letters that come from all over the world.

The royal family has already noted that they are looking for a person who ” treats their letters with delicacy and handles their correspondence with “thoughtfulness and sensitivity.” Along with writing “standard responses” to birthday and wedding anniversary well-wishers, the family is looking for someone who can also write “tailor-made responses”.

The new employee will have to work not only with messages to the king, but also with letters from the Queen Consort and correspondence from the Prince and Princess of Wales.

The vacancy announcement appeared yesterday on the website of the royal house. Applicants must apply by November 27.

In addition to first-class letter-writing skills, the new head of correspondence must also have “strong people management skills” and occasionally act as a deputy private secretary.