Queen Mother’s Private Secretary Died From Mesothelioma

According to reports in the weekend’s newspapers, the Queen Mother’s private secretary, Sir Alastair Aird, may have died from mesothelioma contracted by exposure to asbestos in Clarence House.

Sir Alastair was the quiet and diplomatic Private Secretary who ensured the Queen Mother’s daily life ran smoothly. He was one of her trusted courtiers for more than 40 years and was among the few people to see her just before her death in 2002.

Frenkels Chartered Accountants have a wealth of experience in dealing with the forensic accountancy investigations that often arise as a result of mesothelioma claims and other industrial diseases.

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