What a silly women. Should have been given to the palace for approval or not of parts which included the Queen, and then to say afterwards, I didn't think. No woman you didn't. I don't believe the story about Princess Diana asking for photos of models in lingerie for the boys for one moment.
Lots of industries practice confidentiality, nurses, dental nurses, teachers, doctors, dentists the list goes on, when dealing with the Monarch I would imagine confidentiality is paramount, this person exercised poor judgment now she needs to deal with the consequences no one else to blame, losing a 57 year contract and ruining the good work from the many before her exercising loyal duty.
This might be an omen in disguise ... hopefully the new company that does the Queen's bras will ensure that the girls are in their proper position and not so low. She has big girls and all of us with them know, that they need to be lifted to be in their proper place (half-way between the shoulder and the elbow), which hers are not. :( Anyone knows also that if you want to remain a provider for the Royal Family, you need to keep your mouth shut. She was writing her biography but didn't need to include any of it. Just saying that she was a provider for the Royal family would have been enough. People would have been able to figure out that she makes custom bras for the Queen. Too bad!