Diana’s protection officer stated that she Diana always believed that Prince William will become the King instead of Charles. He stated that:
“I cannot disagree with these statistics. No other monarch has ever reigned as long as The Queen – the thought of getting an ageing grey-haired King Charles is perhaps not the best option.”
The royal author Ingrid Seward said that
“ Things go in waves and because of the anniversary of Diana’s death he’s not popular at the moment. Charles will be King. I think he’ll do pretty well.”
A royal insider said:
“Camilla was passionately in love with Andrew but he was a cad he was bonking other people, some of her friends.”
“There was a lovely story when she was walking through London in the evening and spotted his car parked outside the fact of a very good friend of hers.”
“So she let the tyres down and wrote a message in lipstick on his windscreen.
“So when she was introduced to Charles and he thought she was pretty special, he thought she was a bit of alright.
“She thought ‘Andrew is at the moment off with Princess Anne, you know her brother, teach Andrew a lesson.’ So she had a fling with Charles’.
Hidden tapes from Lady Diana’s life revealed she knew about the Prince’s affair with Camilla, and even confronted her about it.
The tapes, broadcast on Channel 4, showed that Diana knew this was the end of her marriage, when Camilla come clean about the affair.
But despite details of the affair, Miss Junor hopes her book, “The Duchess The Untold Story”, will show the positive impact Camilla has had on Charles’ life.
Following the two couples’ divorces, Charles stated his relationship with Camilla was, and is, “non-negotiable”. Charles was aware that the relationship was receiving a lot of negative publicity, and appointed Mark Bolland—whom he had employed in 1995 to refurbish his own image—to enhance Camilla’s public profile. Camilla occasionally became Charles’s unofficial companion at events. In 1999, the couple made their first public appearance together at the Ritz Hotel in London, where they attended a birthday party; about two hundred cameramen and reporters from around the world were there to witness them together. In 2000, she accompanied Charles to Scotland for a number of official engagements, and in 2001, she became president of the National Osteoporosis Society, which first introduced her to the public. She later met the Queen, for the first time since the relationship was made public, at the 60th birthday party of the former King of Greece, Constantine II. This meeting was seen as an apparent seal of approval by the Queen on Charles and Camilla’s relationship.