Thailand's king has fired six senior palace officials for their "evil actions", the palace announced on Wednesday, days after the monarch stripped his consort of all her titles for "disloyalty". In a week of palace intrigue which has gripped Thailand, King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Monday stripped his 34-year-old consort and former royal bodyguard Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi of her noble title and military ranks. On Wednesday six high-ranking palace officials were fired, including "a nurse at the bedroom guard service" and a veterinarian, according to two separate announcements released by the official Royal Gazette. "The king has ordered their dismissal from royal service ... because of their severe disciplinary misconduct and deeds that are considered extremely evil," one of the announcements said. She was condemned on Monday in a royal command that aired on national television for "acting against the appointment of the queen". The public is often able to glean clues to the inner workings of the palace through its use of symbolic imagery and the fates of royal aides.Sineenat, who has not been seen in public since Monday, has been trending on Thai social media with the hashtag #SaveKoi.Vajiralongkorn became King in 2016 following the death of his beloved father, who was regarded by Thais as a figure of moral authority.