Princess Diana confronted Camilla about Charles
In this royal update, it was revealed in a conversation Princess Diana had in 1991 that she confronted Camilla about her affair with Prince Charles.
The Queen, along with Prince William, have approved Camilla to become ‘Queen Consort’ once Prince Charles takes the throne, and an update from Princess Charlene has been shared through a Palace statement prince of Monaco.
Princess Diana confronted Camilla about Prince Charles
The late Princess Diana once clashed with Prince Charles’ current wife, Camilla, at a birthday party for Camilla’s sister, Annabel Elliot, in 1989.
Mirror recently revealed a taped conversation at Kensington Palace two years after the confrontation, in which Diana said the conversation she had with Camilla was one of the bravest moments she had experienced in her life.
Diana explained that during the party she went to look for her Camilla, but people begged her not to come down.
“They tried to stop me from going down. ‘Diana, don’t go there’”.
The late princess then said, “I’m just going to find my husband.”
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“I thought, okay, it’s your time, so I went to sit down and joined the conversation like we were all best friends.
“And I said, ‘Camilla, I’d like to have a word with you, if possible.’ And she felt really uncomfortable, put her head down and said, ‘Oh yeah, okay.’
“And I said to the two men, ‘Okay, boys, I’m just going to have a quick note with Camilla, and I’ll be up in a minute.
“They shot upstairs like headless chickens and I could feel, upstairs, all hell breaking loose. “What is she going to do?” Princess Diana explained.
She then said to Camilla, “’Camilla, would you like to sit down?’ So we sat down and I was terrified of her. And I said, ‘Camilla, I just want you to know that I know exactly what’s going on.
“She said ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about.’ I said, ‘I know what’s going on between you and Charles, and I just want you to know.’
“And she said to me, very interestingly, she said to me, ‘You have everything you ever wanted. You have all the men in the world falling in love with you, you have two beautiful children, what do you want- you more?
“I want my husband,” Diana said.
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The Queen and Prince William approve of Camilla becoming Queen
Camilla’s entry into the royal family was a difficult adjustment for other members of the royal family, especially Prince William and Prince Harry following the death of their mother, Princess Diana.
Queen Elizabeth recently celebrated a milestone as matriarch, as she marked 70 years of her reign as Queen of England.
Harper’s Bazaar revealed that at the start of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, she took the time to announce that she would like Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall to be called Queen Consort once her husband Prince Charles takes his place as king.
A royal source revealed that Prince William was happy with the Queen’s decision and was aware of her wishes before the Queen marked 70 years as matriarch on the throne.
Monaco Palace shares an update on the well-being of Princess Charlene
The Prince’s Palace of Monaco recently shared an update on Princess Charlene‘s health and her journey to recovery.
The translated statement begins by saying that the princess is recovering in an encouraging way.
“HSH Princess Charlene‘s recovery is currently progressing in a satisfactory and very encouraging manner,” the statement read.
The statement also revealed that Charlene is currently undergoing health and dental treatment which will continue for several weeks. This means that she will not be able to attend the Sainte Dévote festivities which will soon take place.
“Charlene’s recovery and dental care will take several more weeks, and as a result, she will unfortunately not be able to attend the Sainte Dévote festivities this year,” the statement said.
“With her husband HSH Prince Albert II, she shares her heart with all Monegasques and residents on the occasion of these celebrations.
“As soon as her health permits, it will be with joy that the Princess will once again share moments of conviviality with them.
“During this period, the royal couple ask that their privacy and that of their children continue to be respected,” the statement concluded.