Prince Charles and Princess Diana on their last official trip to South Korea
The unhappy marriage of then-Prince Charles and Diana Spencer was so tumultuous that royal guards feared someone might get hurt.
One of the current King Carlos III’s assistants remembers seeing Diana she threw epithets and poked fun at her husband’s obsession with sad CamillaChristopher Andersen writes in the upcoming biography The King: The Life of Charles III, which will be published on November 8th.
And he was also a witness how Diana “literally chased” her husband. “Down the halls, up the stairs and from room to room” at the royal couple’s country home at Highgrove House, Andersen writes.
“why don’t you sleep with meDiana is said to have asked her husband, who no longer wanted to have sex with her, since Prince Harry was born in 1984.
According to Andersen, Carlos’ sarcastic response was, “I don’t know dear I think he might be gay.”
The Princess of Wales with her wife Charles during a royal ceremony in Bonn, Germany in February 1987 (Getty Images)
During a heated argument, Carlos demanded respect for his position, according to the book.
“Do you know who I am?” he asked his wife.
“Diana replied that he was a ‘damn animal,'” writes Andersen. “You will never be king!Diana yelled at him. “William will succeed your mother. I’ll take care of it.”
The tension in the official residence only increased as time went on.
Even before she married Carlos, the book states, Diana already knew that her fiancé was in love with Camilla Parker-Bowles.
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“The clashes between Diana and Carlos were so raw that violence seemed inevitable,” says a bodyguard in the publication.
Officials were concerned about the “power” contained within Highgrove’s walls, where firearms of all kinds existed.
“The security team tasked with protecting members of the royal family was deeply concerned that one of these objects ‘in the heat of rage’ could be used to commit suicide, murder, or both,” writes Andersen.
The couple, who wed in 1981, were miserable before the wedding. According to the British press, Charles felt pressured by his father, Prince Philip, to get married and was upset that Diana laughed during the proposal, later describing her reaction as “juvenile and disturbing”.
Like you said, Diana and Carlos only saw each other thirteen times before he proposed to her.
On February 24, 1981, Buckingham Palace announced: “It is with pleasure that the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh announce the engagement of their beloved son, the Prince of Wales, to Lady Diana Spencer, daughter of Earl Spencer and the Hon. Mrs. Shand Kydd.”
In the first interview they gave to the media, it should have sounded like a warning. The journalist asks them if they are in love and the friend answered yes! the prince finished with a “Whatever ‘in love’ means” (“Whatever “in love” means”).
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The night before the wedding, Carlos told Lady Di he didn’t love her (Image: Getty Images)
Diana, who was 12 years her junior, knew she would never conquer Queen Elizabeth II’s son.
“Filled with anger and frustration, the bride and groom cried each other to sleep separately the night before the wedding,” writes Andersen.
Not ready for a threesome – as she defined it herself – Diana began to have her own extramarital adventures.
“I felt like a prisoner in my own home.She would remember the princess from back when her name occupied all the tabloids. “It was terrible”.
Almost 23 million viewers tuned in to the BBC in the UK on November 20, 1995 to see the interview in which Lady Di revealed her soul over her failed marriage to Prince Charles and the heir’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles.
The whole country had no other topic of conversation. outraged, Elizabeth II sent a letter to Carlos and Diana urging them to put an end to this situation and get a divorce.
Police remove the wreckage of the Mercedes-Benz carrying Diana that crashed into an underpass in central Paris, France on August 31, 1997 (Portal)
The couple eventually agreed to separate in 1992 and divorced in 1996.. just a year later Diana died in a fatal car crash in Paris in the early hours of August 31, 1997. Just when he found happiness again alongside the Egyptian tycoon Dodi al-Fayed an avoidable incident ended the lovers’ lives. Diana and her boyfriend fled the paparazzi, and while they were on the Puente del Alma, their vehicle collided with one of the pillars. Three hours later, Lady Di died at the age of 36, leaving the world in shock. Her driver Henri Paul also died with her and her partner. The sole survivor was Al Fayed’s bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones.
After a lengthy investigation, it was determined that the accident was mainly caused by a Speeding and drunk driver Henri Paul.
Eight years after Diana’s death and 35 years after they first met, Carlos and Camillas married. The wedding was intimate and discreet. The Queen did not attend the registry office but did attend the blessing by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the celebratory banquet.
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