The Queens personal dresser once attacked a maid over her rumoured fling with a pastry chef

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THE Queens personal dresser once attacked a maid over her rumoured fling with a pastry chef, the Sun on Sunday can reveal.

Angela Kelly, who gushes about her bond with the Queen in a new book, had to be pulled apart from Hannah Coullett by Buckingham Palace bodyguards.

The Queens personal dresser Angela Kelly once attacked a maid over her rumoured fling with a pastry chef

Angela gushes about her bond with the Queen in her new book, The Other Side Of The Coin

The spat started when Angela, now 67, thought maid Hannah 20 years her junior was having a fling with Tony Ferriroli.

Angela and the then-married pastry chef had been seeing each other at the time.

The fight, in 1999, was kept from the Queen due to her fondness for Kelly, who is now her right-hand woman.

But an insider who witnessed it said: Angela spotted Hannah in the security area.

The next thing they were grabbing hold of each other and fighting. Police had to pull them apart.

The Queen has no idea that Kelly was even involved with Ferriroli.

Last year she spotted them talking and had one of her advisers warn Kelly not to mix with lowly kitchen staff.

Ferriroli, now 50, has since resigned and lives in Switzerland. He declined to comment last night.

Kelly, who lives in rooms above the Queen, failed to mention the fight or the fling in her book, The Other Side Of The Coin.

Angela thought maid Hannah 20 years her junior was having a fling with pastry chef Tony Ferriroli

The fight, in 1999, was kept from the Queen due to her fondness for Kelly, who is now her right-hand woman