Queen’s bra fitter loses royal warrant

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Media captionJune Keaton: “We never come out of the fitting room says something about a patron, ever”

A company which gave lingerie to the Queen has lost its imperial warrant over a bible which divulged details of sovereign bra fittings.

Rigby& Peller, a comfort underwear house founded in London, had braced the sovereign authorize since 1960.

It was withdrawn after June Kenton, who fitted bras for the Queen, exhausted a journal called ‘Storm in a D-Cup’.

Mrs Kenton said there was “nothing” in the book to “be upset about”, adding that it was an “unbelievable” decision.

Buckingham Palace told you so should not “comment on individual companies”.