LADY PENELOPE MONEYSWORTH DBE - CHARACTERS
Penny (Penelope), Lady Penelope (Penny) Moneysworth DBE, is a Dame of the British Empire, and Private Secretary to His Majesty King Charles the third and Queen Camilla.
During her time working in London, and sometimes at Sandringham, or transport in between, she has been in the loop, and familiar with many highly classified topics. She is utterly reliable, the soul of discretion, has blonde hair and is extremely intelligent, and is unfortunately, very attractive. But, somewhat hostile to sexist remarks, and being treated as a bimbo. Though, even King Charles has been caught occasionally viewing the eye candy, rather more than just incidentally. It is an occupational hazard, where the King makes every effort to stay focused. Especially, when Camilla is around.
It is a standing joke, that his Private Secretary is "worth every penny." Stemming from the Bond movies, that Charles is particularly fond of, and the PM's secretary: Miss Moneypenny. Where James always flirts when he visits the PM's office.
Other quips revolve around Thunderbirds, Lady Penelope's pink Rolls-Royce, and Parker, her artful chauffer. To make matters worse, Ms Moneysworth, drives a pink Aston Martin when at her country home just outside of Brighton, in Sussex. Otherwise, she is driven in black Range Rovers, with Secret Service bodyguards, who also have difficulty in not perusing the goods.
Moneysworth is the lynchpin between King Charles III, the Prime Minister, and General Field Marshal Sir Rodney Dunbar - in all matters military. She thus learns of Jimmy Watson, and his animatronic Dinobot. She aligns with Queen Camilla, in that it would be wrong to punish young Jimmy Watson, just because the British Army is backward in robotics, and frightened of change.
Penelope operates out of Buckingham
Palace, London, SW1A
1AA, in the United
MAGIC CAST DINOBOT CAST
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