On Charles and Diana’s wedding, unhappy and ‘a little too busy’ (it causes Camilla Parker Bowles), rivers of ink were spilled. Celebrations are still going on more than forty years after the wedding at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, on July 29, 1981, Gossip doesn’t stop providing new details. The latest revelations come from Christopher Andersen, author of The King: The Life of Charles III, which will be released on November 8th. In the volume, as Page Six anticipates, a former valet to the royal couple at the time says so Carlo and Diana fought constantly. A frequent topic in their conversations is, of course, Camilla: “The princess She laughed at her husband’s obsession with her ugly, sad-looking rival“.
The waiter says he’s seen Lady D many times who “literally She chased her husband through the corridors, up the stairs and from room to room ‘at Highgrove House, the country home of the then Prince of Wales. “why don’t you sleep with meAt one point he called out to his wife, who “had unilaterally interrupted their sexual relationship‘Since the birth of the prince Harryin which 1984. Carlo replied sarcastically: «I don’t know, dear. I think I might be gay“.
During another angry argument, Andersen writes, Charles tried to silence Lady Diana Ask him for respect for his position. “Do you know who I am?” he asked his wife. She called him back: “You will never be king! Wilhelm it will happen to your mother. I will remember it“. Over time, relations between the two became increasingly tumultuous. So much so that Highgrove House staff feared that “someone would have been hurt“. The manor, as a former bodyguard of Charles and Diana Andersen put it, it was full of guns and pistols. And “security guards feared that these weapons could be used for suicide, murder, or both.”
Both Charles and Diana, Anderson writes, cried the night before the royal wedding. He because he was in love with Camilla, she because he had discovered the affair a few days before the wedding. And desperately, she confessed to her sisters that she no longer wanted to marry. However, they had replied, “Good trouble, it’s full of kitchen towels with your face on.” The unhappy and slightly crowded marriage lasted fifteen years. The couple decided to separate in 1992 Divorce was not sanctioned until 1996. A year later, Diana died in a car accident in Paris at the age of 36.
Of the Diana’s death twenty-five years have passed. Now, despite the princess’ prophecies, Charles is king from Englandand his second wife Camilla (they married in 2005). queen. It is inevitable that the past will return in the form of gossip to haunt the new rulers.
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