THE Queen is hiring a cleaner for Buckingham Palace - with the salary possibly as low as £11,300.
A job advert says previous cleaning experience isn't necessary, but work must be done "to the highest standards".
Successful candidates for the royal role will "clean and care for a wide range of interiors and items, ensuring they're presented to their very best".
Royal functions and events at the palace are among the occasions needed to be kept spic and span.
Anyone hired to clean Her Majesty's main royal residence must have a "keen eye for detail" and be "highly efficient and proactive".
It says: "Joining our professional team at our sites in London, you'll upkeep, clean and care for a wide range of interiors and items, ensuring they're presented to their very best.
"Learning from your colleagues, you'll gain the specialist professional skills needed, always aiming for the highest standards. And on occasion you’ll support functions and events too.
"In an environment where development and training is commonplace, you’ll be able to grow your skills within your role.
Some previous cleaning or hospitality experience would be an advantage, but most important is that you have a keen eye for detail and can be relied on to deliver to the highest standard."
It continues: "Some previous cleaning or hospitality experience would be an advantage.
"But most important is that you have a keen eye for detail and can be relied on to deliver to the highest standard.
"Highly efficient and proactive, and with good time management skills, you'll be able to prioritise and manage a busy daily workload."
QUEEN CUTS DUTIES
It comes after The Sun revealed that the Queen will cut back her commitments over the winter as she struggles with getting about.
Courtiers will ensure she walks less at public engagements and avoids steps and cobbles.
And she is also giving up her evening Martini cocktail on the advice of doctors and drink alcohol only on special occasions.
The Queen — who has appeared in public twice this week with a walking stick — was also planning to host a smaller Christmas gathering this year, sources said.
She was seen in royal blue while out and about at Ascot yesterday. the first she has attended without her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Philip died in April aged 99, after more than 73 years of marriage.