The book was published in March 2017 and the brand lost its royal warrant that summer. "In respect of Royal Warrants, we never comment on individual companies", a palace statement reads.
While she does recount her first meeting with the monarch, she focuses on her surprise that the queen turned on the lights for herself, not the details of her fitting.
"I think it's unbelievable". The book doesn't contain anything naughty.
Only around 800 companies have the right to use royal coats of arms on their products and business cards.
"I only ever said I went there, not what happened".
"I recognised the swimsuits in photos of her on that last fateful yachting trip with Dodi Fayed".
Kenton, 82, also claimed that the Queen Mum once confided in her that she would only "pretend to listen" to her daughter, Princess Margaret, whenever Margaret would offer her mother style advice about hats.
Luxury department store Harrods lost its royal warrant in 2000, after its owner Mohamed al Fayed accused the royals of masterminding the 1997 vehicle crash that killed Diana and his son Dodi.
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There have been a dozen similar incidents in Kasur in past year in which minor girls were kidnaped, raped and killed, Ahmed added. Her parents, who were away at a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia at the time, returned on Wednesday, landing at the Islamabad airport.
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Craig Anthony Whitall, the 50-year-old driver of the other vehicle and a serial traffic offender, was also killed in the crash. Multiple surgeries were performed to save her life, including removing a kidney and part of her skull.