Less welcome is Roherum’s purple prose on every visit. This is a guy who cannot see anything wrong with hyperbole and for whom there can never be too many adjectives. Royal visits are set up by the Queen, with support from the Council and the leaders of the village or town chosen for the visit though the ruler is thinking of employing someone in the Palace to do this for her. She’s happy with Wes being her aide for filing, running errands and keeping her diary up to date but is less sure if he could manage the practical side of arranging a visit and do it without offending someone. Wes isn’t known for tact. In the meantime the Queen will keep organizing her own jollies. She loves meeting the people seeing it as a vital part of her job.
The Council see the importance of the visits but believes the Queen gets some of her less “sound” ideas from meeting the hoi polloi that little bit too often. They know they can’t voice that opinion. The Queen would give them very short shrift.
The high nobility tend to dread the Queen coming to stay with them for a while. Unlike the nobles in Queen Elizabeth Tudor’s time, who dreaded it due to the expense, the Kingdom’s nobility despair of their ruler’s generosity. When she visits, she opens their doors to the hoi polloi in the surrounding areas so she gets to see plenty of them as well! And there’s no way the nobility can tell the Queen to go and visit the peasants at their hovels rather than insist on them coming to the local lord’s mansion! The people love the monarch for this. The nobles think the Queen is misguided. And the Queen is well aware they think that. What she also knows is they can’t do anything about it without sounding like whinging snobs!
FNN follow the Queen’s visits too though to be kind to her nobles she does insist they only film her when she’s out and about and not in the noble houses. There is some appreciation for this but the nobility still wishes she’d stop bringing the peasants in for tea. And they shudder at stately homes on earth which are open to the public. There’s a general feeling the so-called nobles on earth who do this are letting the side down.