And the Lord Chamberlain has had to use his own magical powers to replace her golden plates from time to time. Eileen's defection caused a huge upsurge in broken and magically destroyed crockery (the latter being more difficult for the Lord Chamberlain to restore given there is not an atom left of the item in question).
L'Evallier is the only one brave enough to tackle the Queen when she is in a strop given Eileen is now on Earth. He will tell his monarch what she needs to know regardless of her mood and in fairness to her she generally respects his honesty. He has no tact however and there are times when the Queen's bad temper would calm down a lot more quickly if he hadn't been to see her in her office. Certainly the Royal Household wish the Chief Elf would show some better judgement at times. The Lord Chamberlain has dropped several hints to no avail as L'Evallier is not good at detecting hints and what they really mean either. In that he has a lot in common with Eileen (which would horrify both).
As for the Queen, she does not get in a really bad temper that often, for which her Household are devoutly thankful. Someone has to clean up after she lets loose and it's not as if they haven't enough to do.