Andrew chats to Grant ‘The Royal Butler’ Harrold. Andrew quizzes Grant on how he began his career, as a butler and Andrew learns what The Royal Family are really like to work for. We also learn how Grant realised he was dyslexic, how it has both challenged and empowered him, Grant shares some stories of the hilarious faux pas as a result of dyslexia, and the boys also speak about Grant’s etiquette school, and his plans for the future.
“A common ground for dyslexics is a determination.” - Grant Harrold
“The secret to being a great butler is knowing what your client wants before they ask for it.” - Grant Harrold
“Nobody is going to believe I’m actually sitting in Clarence House. In the drawing room. Talking to the Prince of Wales about life.” - Grant Harrold
About The Guest
Grant ‘The Royal Butler’ Harrold, is an entertainer, royal commentator, broadcaster, etiquette expert, and former butler to the Prince of Wales. Grant began his career butlering in 1997, and within seven years would be interviewed for a position by The Prince of Wales himself in Clarence House.
Grant appeared in the BBC series Country House, and has since gone on to forge a hugely successful career broadcasting - appearing on television around the world. Grant continues to teach others how to behave around royals with his etiquette school and, most recently, co-stars with his dachshunds on his youtube channel: The Royal Butler.
About the host
The Invisible Gift is hosted by entrepreneur and dyslexic, Andrew Kitley. With twenty years experience, Andrew Kitley has worked his way up the metaphorical and literal ladder to become Managing Director of Kitall: an engineering firm.
Under Andrew's guidance, Kitall is now one of the most sought after names to complete complex engineering projects in the UK. In each episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew seeks the advice and inspiration of a fellow trailblazer who has defied the odds to achieve the extraordinary - turning the challenge of dyslexia into a gift.