Sounds like a sad little man ....
Look at his "accomplishments" over the last decade ..... (from the Wiki)
In 2003, Burrell released his autobiographical book, A Royal Duty, which follows his career as a member of the Royal Family's staff, deals in detail with his time as butler to the Prince and Princess of Wales at their home at Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, his move to Diana's staff at Kensington Palace after her divorce from Prince Charles, and his acquittal on serious theft charges against him. The book was an international bestseller, and was updated in a paperback edition in 2004.
Also in 2004, he placed as runner up in the ITV reality TV show, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. He also had arguments reported related to his discussions with journalist Janet Street-Porter, regarding his prediliction for talking about the British Royal Family.
In 2005, he became a judge and trainer on Australian Princess, and in March 2006, appeared on Countdown in Dictionary Corner. In early 2006, Paul appeared as Richard Gere on ITV's Celebrity Stars in their Eyes, singing "Razzle Dazzle" from Chicago, the film version of the Broadway musical. In September 2006 he appeared on Channel Five's Trust Me - I'm A Holiday Rep, joining as a substitute for Samantha Rowley.
In 2007, he began promoting Royal Butler wine, an "affordable luxury" brand then selling for £6 per bottle. Burrell said at the launch: "I wouldn't give my princess just anything, and I won't give American ladies just anything either". He also has a line of "Royal Butler" furniture and rugs.