Queen Elizabeth II has fired her official bra-fitter after she wrote an autobiography involving her professional relationship with the royal family.
After nearly 60 years of service, the Queen’s official lingerie supplier Rigby & Peller has been stripped of its royal warrant after (the company’s board member and former owner) June Kenton, 82, released a tell-all memoir of her career, dubbed Storm in a D-Cup.
A royal warrant of appointment is a mark of recognition to those who supply goods or services to members of the royal family, which only about 800 businesses have.
On Jan. 10, the Royal Warrant Holders Association confirmed to PEOPLE that Kenton’s longstanding relationship with the British monarch had ended last year, which was during the same time frame the book came out.
"I never thought when I was writing the book that it would upset anyone," Kenton said. "I've had the royal warrant for so long, I never imagined that this would happen. It’s horrible and a real shock."
But Kenton wasn't the only one to speak out on the surprise dismissal.