June Kenton told a journal she was “very sad” about the decision, which follows the recover of Storm in a D Cup in Mar last year.
It is not transparent either the two events are linked.
Rigby Peller, which had held the stately aver given 1960, pronounced it was “deeply saddened” to endorse it had been cancelled.
Mrs Kenton was a unchanging caller to Buckingham Palace, portion members of the Royal Family including the Queen, the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret.
Her journal supposing some fact about her operative attribute with them.
Mrs Kenton, 82, told the Daily Telegraph: “It is very unhappy for me that they didn’t like it and I’m anticipating that very formidable to accept. It’s terrible and a genuine shock.
“I never suspicion when we wrote the book that it would dissapoint anyone.”
She combined that the book “doesn’t enclose anything naughty” and that there would have been a “gaping hole” in the discourse if she had not mentioned that she had worked for the Queen.
Mrs Kenton’s daughter Jill Kenton told The Times: “She is devastated. The book was not a kiss-and-tell. It was a kind, peaceful memoir. She is not disloyal.”
Rigby Peller pronounced in a statement: “The Royal Household Warrants Committee has motionless to cancel the stately aver postulated to Rigby Peller and Mrs Jun Kenton.
“Rigby Peller is deeply saddened by this decision and is not means to elaborate serve on the termination out of honour for Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Warrant Holders Association.
“However, the company will continue to yield an model and watchful service to its clients.”
Buckingham Palace pronounced it did not “comment on particular companies”.
Mrs Kenton bought Rigby Peller with her husband in 1982 for £20,000 before selling a infancy interest in 2011 for £8m – nonetheless she stays on the board.