English, male, upper class
In The Crown series, there was a situation, when Churchill and his deputy both got ill, and couldn't rule the country for a week.
They whithheld it from the Queen, but she occasionally found out it and asked a professor, that used to come teaching her at that time, of what she should do with them.
He said: 'Summon them and give them a good dressing down like children'.
'Why would they stand for that?' the Queen asked.
He answered: 'Because they are English, male and upper class. A good dressing down from nanny is what they most want in life'.
Why did he made such kind of generalisation of upper class Englishmen, at least of that generation? Why would they want to be punished by a nanny? Is it connected with how nannies used to bring them up?