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    MEGHAN Markle has reportedly never liked Camilla - and the feeling is mutual. Royal expert Tom Bower reckons the two duchesses have never seen to eye to eye as they are "poles apart" in every aspect of their lives. 3A royal expert has claimed Meghan Markle has never liked CamillaCredit: Getty 3Tom Bower says the pair are 'poles apart'Credit: Getty 3The duchesses have 'nothing' to talk about, the royal expert claimsCredit: Getty The writer, dubbed Britain's "most feared biographer", claims Camilla, 74, is "grounded" and "no nonsense" while Meghan, 40, is a "fashionista seeking global fame". And he believes when their paths inevitably crossed while the Sussexes still called the UK home, they had next to nothing to talk about. Mr Bower said: "It is believed that she has never liked Camilla, and I am sure the feelings are reciprocated. "The two women are only united in their visceral suspicion of the media, their fondness of relationships with men and their enjoyment of parties. "But otherwise, they are poles apart." Part of the reason could be down to...
    The journey that has taken the former Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles from mistress to Queen-in-waiting has been long, bumpy and exhausting. On the way, she has been vilified to a degree that would have sent many women into the bleakest spiral of depression. At times, her very presence in Prince Charles’s life was said to have imperilled the existence of the throne. Now she is endorsed as its saviour for her calming influence that will allow her husband to become the King he wants to be. Never has that old saying that time changes everything been more appropriate. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, leave St George's Chapel, Windsor, following the blessing of their wedding in 2005 'Indeed, so smooth has been Camilla’s transition from ‘wicked woman’ to the gracious Duchess of Cornwall that, for many, the role she will occupy as the wife of the future King Charles had ceased to have much meaning', writes RICHARD KAY. Pictured: Prince Charles and Camilla in 1975 Princess Diana (left) and Camilla (right) at Ludlow Races...
    It was a move so beautifully representative of the Queen's selflessness and desire for a lack of fuss. On the day she marks an unprecedented 70 years on the throne, we're not talking about Her Majesty's historic achievement that will likely never be repeated. Instead, the Queen has diverted focus to a future, much shorter reign of her son Prince Charles, with an unexpected late-night proclamation that she expects Camilla to become Queen Consort upon her death. In a letter which she poignantly signed 'Your Servant', the Queen wrote: 'When, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me. And it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service.' The move, which simply confirms legal precedent, is highly controversial nonetheless. The Queen has diverted focus to a future, much shorter reign of her son Prince Charles, with an unexpected late-night proclamation that she expects Camilla to...
    The Duchess of Cornwall is 'dreading' the spotlight that will be thrown onto her when Prince Charles becomes King, a royal expert has claimed. Camilla, 74, was yesterday praised as 'wonderful' after she joined the Duchess of Cambridge and Sophie Wessex in representing the Queen, 95, at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.   Yet according to royal biographer Penny Junor, Camilla will face a 'very difficult time' when the Prince of Wales ascends to the throne. Speaking to The Telegraph, the royal expert said: 'She is a normal woman who, because of her relationship with Charles, has found herself in an abnormal situation. 'I don't think titles do it for her, and the prospect of being Queen or Princess Consort, the fuss there will be at the time, the comparisons to Diana, it will be a very difficult time for her.' The Duchess of Cornwall, 74, is 'dreading' the spotlight that will be thrown onto her when Prince Charles becomes King, a royal expert has claimed Meanwhile she predicted Camilla would be Queen rather than Princess Consort, because 'Charles is so proud'...
    Diana: The Musical has returned to Broadway to continue its previews after being interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. The controversial production resumed yesterday ahead of its opening night on November 17 at the Longacre Theatre. However, while in-person audiences had yet to witness the stage show, which centres around the love triangle between the Princess of Wales, Prince Charles and Camilla, a filmed version premiered on Netflix last month to scathing reviews and social media verdicts published on both sides of the Atlantic. The new musical was roundly slammed by critics and viewers over its 'hysterically awful' lyrics and 'absurdly over the top' production - and any hope that the televised version would drum up interest - and ticket sales - for the show was dealt a serious blow.  The Evening Standard, The Times and the Chicago Tribune gave Diana: The Musical damning one-star reviews, while viewers on social media mocked the ridiculous songs - including a number where paparazzi sing 'better than a Guinness, better than a w**k/snap a few pics, it’s money in the bank'. Diana: The Musical (pictured)l has returned to...
    The new Princess Diana musical has been roundly slammed by critics and viewers over its 'hysterically awful' lyrics and 'absurdly over the top' production. Diana: The Musical, which centres around the love triangle between the princess, Charles, and Camilla, was due to premiere on Broadway in 2020 but was delayed due to Covid. Last week a filmed version of the production premiered on Netflix, ahead of the stage show finally opening in New York next month. But any hope the televised version would drum up interest - and ticket sales - for the stage show has been dealt a serious blow by scathing reviews and social media verdicts published on both sides of the Atlantic.  The Evening Standard, The Times and the Chicago Tribune gave Diana: The Musical damning one-star reviews, while viewers have mocked the ridiculous songs - including a number where paparazzi sing 'better than a Guinness, better than a w**k/snap a few pics, it’s money in the bank' - on social media. Meanwhile MailOnline's Dan Wooton this week lambasted the show's 'degrading' take on the Royal Family and...
    Prince Harry will take aim at stepmother Camilla Parker-Bowles and may name the 'royal racist' because his publishers 'want their money's worth', according to Paul Burrell. The ex-royal butler said the Duke of Sussex is 'set to reveal any Camilla secrets' after the Duchess of York 'stepped into Diana's shoes' as his father's wife. He added that Prince Charles, 72, would be 'livid' if his son paints her in a bad light in the tell-all, due to be published in 2022 as part of a lucrative four-book deal believed to be worth up to £29million. Speaking to Closer magazine, Princess Diana's former butler, 63, said: 'The publisher, Penguin, will no doubt want their money's worth in this book deal. That means they won't want vagueness – they'll want names and specifics.' Prince Harry (pictured in January) will take aim at stepmother Camilla Parker-Bowles and may name the 'royal racist' because his publishers 'want their money's worth', according to Paul Burrell He added that Harry 'could very well name' the alleged racist within the Firm, whom he and Meghan Markle claimed raised concerns...
    Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall both sported full tartan checks today as they visited a heritage and community centre in Aberdeenshire before taking a stroll around a nearby village.  The couple, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when they're north of the border, looked to be in jovial spirits as they unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of the Ballater Community and Heritage Hub on Tuesday.  Charles and Camilla also enjoyed a quick promenade around the Scottish village, chatting to locals - including a pet dog - and stopping to visit the Cambus O'May Suspension Bridge which is back in action following an ongoing repair project.   August 31st marks the 24th anniversary of the Princess of Wales' death in a car crash in Paris.  Scroll down for video  Check one out! The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, as the couple are officially known in Scotland, turned out in their finest tartans to unveil a plaque at the Ballater Community and Heritage Hub on Tuesday Prince Charles, 72, donned his favoured Balmoral tartan - including...
    The Queen Mother didn't understand why Prince Charles couldn't have an affair with Camilla and stay married to Princess Diana, a new documentary has claimed.  The Queen Mother: Grandmother to the Nation, which aired Saturday on Channel 5, claims the late royal hoped the Prince and Princess of Wales would find space in their marriage 'for Camilla' not get divorced but 'miscalculated' it as such an arrangement wasn't something that would work for 'her favourite grandson' Charles.  Speaking in the documentary, royal author Tom Quinn, explained some members of the royal family thought the Queen mother was 'meddling in things she didn't understand, while  former BBC Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond said Diana found The Queen Mother 'frightening and intimidating' despite that pair initially enjoying a close relationship after Charles' grandmother helped to get him together with Diana. The Queen Mother didn't understand why Prince Charles couldn't have an affair with Camilla and stay married to Princess Diana, a new documentary has claimed. Queen Mother and Diana are pictured together at Trooping of the Colour in 1992 Tom Quinn told documentary...
    One of the things that saddened — and worried — the Queen and Prince Philip about Princess Diana was not that she was popular, but that she allowed her popularity to go to her head. It certainly came as no surprise to them when the radiant young princess quickly became the centre of attention. Once upon a time, Philip and Elizabeth themselves had been viewed as characters from a fairy tale. The difference between them and Diana was that they didn’t take it personally. For the Queen and Prince Philip, royalty was never about hysterical crowds, newspaper column inches, ‘celebrity’ or ‘star quality’. It was simply about duty and service. When I discussed this with the Duke of Edinburgh in his library at Buckingham Palace, he said to me: ‘You won’t remember this, but in the first years of the Queen’s reign, the level of adulation — you wouldn’t believe it! You really wouldn’t. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, signs the visitors book at Hillsborough castle in June 2014 Princess Diana, the Princess of Wales, at the Red...
    Reusable Bags Are a Simple Way to Make Your Life a Bit Greener - Shop the Best Picks Now Joe Musgrove throws first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history What are dads for, if not to advise their sons on how to get their jollies without embarrassing the family? © Provided by E! Tim Graham/Getty Images Prince Philip had those words of wisdom for his son, Prince Charles, when the hopelessly not-in-love future king sought his father's counsel about what he, as a man married to one woman but wanting to be with another, should do. "My father-in-law said to my husband, 'If your marriage doesn't work out, you can always go back to her after five years,'" Princess Diana recapped their exchange, as revealed in a 2017 Channel 4 special that utilized taped private conversations between the Princess of Wales and her voice coach. "Which is exactly—I mean, for real I knew that it had happened after five—I knew something was happening before that but the fifth year I had confirmation." Former royal butler Paul Burrell wrote in...
    Camilla 'let Prince Charles enjoy taking centre stage in Greece' after he was 'effortlessly eclipsed' by Diana 'in every way' during their royal tours, a body language expert has claimed.   Prince Charles, 72, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 73, touched down in Greece on Wednesday on their first international trip of the year.  The couple are on a two-day visit to attend the Bicentenary Independence Day celebrations - but according to Judi James, Camilla has been taking a back seat while the Prince of Wales is enjoying taking the limelight.'   Speaking to FEMAIL, the body language expert contrasted Prince Charles' body language to his tours with Diana, and says it's as though there has been a 'complete role-reversal.' 'With Diana in the spotlight as Charles is now, we can see the Prince hanging back with a similar air of down-played reticence as Camilla appears to be using currently,' she claimed. 'With Camilla the low-key approach appears to be deliberate though, while with Charles it was clearly a source of frustration back in the day.' Camilla 'let Charles enjoy the limelight in Greece'...
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    Royal staff members have criticised the 'cold' portrayal of 'compassionate' Prince Charles and 'thoughtful' Camilla Parker Bowles in The Crown. The Duchess of Cornwall's facialist Deborah Mitchell, who worked with her for 14 years, said the 73-year-old is 'absolutely lovely' in real life and nothing like her character in series four of the Netflix drama. She added that she was a 'real Diana fan until she met Camilla'. Meanwhile former royal butler Grant Harrold said Charles, 72, has also been presented unfairly. Following last month's release of the latest series of the hit Netflix show, friends of the Prince of Wales launched a blistering attack on The Crown, accusing producers of 'trolling on a Hollywood budget'.   Royal staff members have criticised the 'cold' portrayal of 'compassionate' Prince Charles and 'thoughtful' Camilla Parker Bowles (pictured in Adelaide in 2012) in The Crown It showed Charles and Camilla conducting an extra marital affair throughout his marriage to Princess Diana. Charles has insisted he remained faithful to his wife until their relationship had 'irretrievably broken down'. Following the release of the fourth series of The...
    This $36 Wrap Sweater From Amazon Accentuates in All the Right Places Tiger Woods trading card fetches $26,400 in auction Prince Charles and Camillas staff say The Crown got the couple all wrong: I was a real Diana fan until I met the duchess © Chris Jackson/Getty Images Former and current royal staff say "The Crown" doesn't accurately portray the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Former and current royal staff members told Insider that "The Crown" does not accurately portray Prince Charles and Camilla, saying they are much kinder in real life. Deborah Mitchell, who has worked as a facialist to the Duchess of Cornwall, said she "was a real Diana fan until I met the duchess."  Mitchell added that she didn't expect the royal to be "absolutely lovely" when they first met 14 years ago. Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Charles, said the show is wrong to portray him as shouting and screaming: "In seven years of working for him, he never raised his voice to me." Visit Insider's homepage for...
    Former and current royal staff say "The Crown" doesn't accurately portray the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Former and current royal staff members told Insider that "The Crown" does not accurately portray Prince Charles and Camilla, saying they are much kinder in real life. Deborah Mitchell, who has worked as a facialist to the Duchess of Cornwall, said she "was a real Diana fan until I met the duchess."  Mitchell added that she didn't expect the royal to be "absolutely lovely" when they first met 14 years ago. Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Charles, said the show is wrong to portray him as shouting and screaming: "In seven years of working for him, he never raised his voice to me." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The fourth season of Netflix's "The Crown" shows the love triangle between Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor), Princess Diana (Emma Corrin), and Camilla Parker Bowles (Emerald Fennell). The historical drama has received mixed reactions for its portrayal of Charles and Camilla's affair, something that the Prince...
    "THERE were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded," Princess Diana famously said of her relationship with Prince Charles. That frosty 1995 comment to Martin Bashir about Charles' infatuation with Camilla Parker Bowles came as her marriage collapsed – but she and Camilla had once been fairly friendly. 14Camilla Parker Bowles with Diana Spencer at Ludlow Racecourse in 1980 - the year Diana and Charles started datingCredit: PA:Press Association   14A timeline of Diana and Camilla's relationship The tortured love triangle between Diana, Charles and Camilla was at the heart of the latest series of The Crown, which covers the events of Queen Elizabeth II's life between 1977 and 1990. While fans loved seeing Gillian Anderson as Thatcher during the Falklands War, it was the introduction of Diana Spencer played by Emma Corrin that everyone was waiting to see. And one of the most intense showdowns of the series depicted a lunch date between Diana and Camilla in the days before Diana's wedding to Charles. The portrayal left such an impression...
    Netflix has been accused of trolling the Royal Family after a ‘sinister’ post on its official social media account prompted a wave of online hate. Senior palace sources reacted with anger to the tweet, which invited viewers to watch a documentary on Princess Diana which they claimed would provide ‘answers’ to criticism of its flagship drama The Crown. It was accompanied by a video that paints the Duchess of Cornwall in a particularly unedifying light. The post has attracted a string of vile messages directed towards the Royal Family, which are still online despite the Daily Mail alerting Netflix to them more than 24 hours ago.  In damning clips of Diana used in ‘sinister’ trailer for the Netflix documentary, Diana is heard saying: ‘You may recall me sobbing...’ ‘...that was nothing to do with him going [on a royal tour]...’ but after Camilla called him before his trip Most of the comments are unprintable, targeted not just at Charles and Camilla, but also the Queen and Prince Philip. Critics have said The Crown’s account of the breakdown of...
    35 Home, Fashion, and Beauty Deals Happening on Amazon Today New York Cases Spike; Minnesota Deaths Hit Record: Virus Update Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Des Willie/Netflix & Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images 8 major moments from Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage that 'The Crown' didn't show Season four of "The Crown" follows the ups and many downs of Princess Diana and Prince Charles' doomed marriage in the '80s, but the show also leaves a lot out.  While the series shows Diana's struggle with bulimia, it excludes details of her mental health and suicide attempts. The Netflix show also skips the royal wedding, the birth of Prince Harry, and Diana's confrontation with Camilla Parker Bowles.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The new season of Netflix's "The Crown" chronicles the doomed marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, but it...
    Emma Corrin and Josh O'Connor playing playing Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Des Willie/Netflix & Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images Season four of "The Crown" follows the ups and many downs of Princess Diana and Prince Charles' doomed marriage in the '80s, but the show also leaves a lot out.  While the series shows Diana's struggle with bulimia, it excludes details of her mental health and suicide attempts. The Netflix show also skips the royal wedding, the birth of Prince Harry, and Diana's confrontation with Camilla Parker Bowles.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The new season of Netflix's "The Crown" chronicles the doomed marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, but it barely scratches the surface of their relationship. While the Emmy-winning series highlights Charles' relationship with this ex-girlfriend Camilla Parker Bowles and Diana's struggle with bulimia, there are key moments and major events from the couple's tumultuous marriage that are not covered. Keep reading to learn more about the royal marriage.
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