In 2007, Paul began promoting Royal Butler wine, an "affordable luxury" brand.
In 2006, Paul appeared on Trust Me - I'm A Holiday Rep in which he spent several days as a trainee holiday rep in Crete. His many tasks as a holiday rep included helping to organise a wedding day and a Cretan themed evening for 100 guests. At the end of the series Paul was given a final assessment and was told that he would not be offered a job as a holiday rep.
Paul was runner up in the 2004 series of reality TV show, I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! which required him to participate in challenges, such as eating a kangaroo's testicle. He also had a few arguments with the journalist Janet Street-Porter, regarding Paul continuously talking about the British royal family.
Paul was tried for theft in 2002, but the trial collapsed after evidence was given that Queen Elizabeth II had spoken with him regarding the disputed events.
Paul was the footman for Queen Elizabeth II.
In 1983, Paul was awarded the Silver Medal from The King of Sweden in 1983.
As of January 2007, Paul and his family have a West Highland Terrier named Belle.
In 1985, Paul was awarded the 'Medal of The Order of The Lion of Malawi' by the President of Malawi.
In 1978, Paul was awarded the 'Verdienstmedaille' from the German President, Walter Scheel.
In 1997, Paul was awarded the Royal Victorian Medal by the Queen Elizabeth II.
Paul met his wife Maria, when they worked together at Buckingham Palace. The couple married in 1984 and have two sons together - Alexander and Nicholas.
Paul has written two books based on his service in the Royal palace. One, titled Royal Duty, is about the late Princess Diana and was published in 2003.
Paul was the late Princess Diana's butler.
Paul: (at the launch of 'Royal Butler Wine') I wouldn't give my princess just anything and I won't give American ladies just anything either.