Graham Stallwood must be desperately canvassing support for the mega basement proposed under Kensington Palace's Grade 1 listed Orangery.
His mate, Jonathan Newby of the Science Museum, has written this nonsense of a support letter on the spurious gounds that the Palace is a neighbour of the Science Museum!
Newby, deputy director of the Musum, clearly has hopes of an OBE for this grovelling piece of sycophancy
The Dame, ever aware of chicanery, notices the, "I confirm my support".
Clearly, 'Jonathan' and 'Graham' have been having discussions on how best 'Jonathan' should couch his support.
There are reports staff are most unhappy with the idea of the subterranean area being a restroom for the fifteen minutes of R&R they are allowed.
They have been forbidden to object.
Could the works also have something to do with freeing up space in KP to allow Princess Eugenie a pied de terre?
The building work will about take two years.
Another reason for this destructive scheme is to intensify the commercialisation of the Orangery - so that more profitable private events can be held.
Two years ago the Orangery and surrounding grounds was fenced off and closed to the public because a celebrity (sister of Paris Hilton) wanted her marriage celebrations to be held there.
To the north side of the Orangery (the rear) there is a 'wild life' area with mature trees, shrubs and many birds.
This area would be destroyed.