Prince Charles BROKE Diana’s heart after saying THIS in a DEVASTATING phone call
Princess Diana was left heartbroken and devastated after “listening” to Prince Charles making a private phone call, a bombshell interview has revealed.
Charles and Diana had a high-profile divorce in 1996 and there were rumours circulating about the reason why.
A 1991 interview with royal biographer Andrew Morton has resurfaced where Diana revealed she listened to a “secret phone call” in which the Prince Charles confided his love for Camilla.
Diana was introduced to Camilla “very early on” in their relationship and the late Princess was seen as a threat to their friendship, according to Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words.
Speaking about Camilla’s role in the breakdown of her marriage, Diana said: “I once heard him on the telephone in his bath on his hand-set saying: ‘Whatever happens, I will always love you’.”
Diana was left heartbroken by the betrayal.
Prince Harry and William’s revealed she told Charles “afterwards that I had listened at the door and we had a filthy row”.
But that is not all as just days before their wedding in 1981, Diana found a bracelet Charles gave to Camilla.
Speaking in 1997, Diana said: “I was still too immature to understand all the messages coming my way.”
Charles and Camilla dated for a year in 1971.
But they split when Charles joined the Royal Navy.
Camilla married Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973 and they split a year before Charles and Diana’s divorce in 1995.
Charles and Camilla wed in a civil ceremony at Windsor Castle in February 2005.
It is reported that Sarah Ferguson could pay a touching tribute to her close friend the late Princess Diana at her daughter Princess Eugenie’s wedding next week, according to a royal expert.
Richard Fitzwilliams, royal commentator, said the the Duchess of York may well choose one of Diana’s favourite hymns to play at the October 12 wedding, which would “please” her nephews Prince William and Prince Harry.
The hymn ‘I Vow To Thee My Country’ would be significant because it was sung at both Princess Diana’s 1981 Royal Wedding to Prince Charles and her funeral after she died in a car crash in 1997.
Mr Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: “Sarah may well pay a tribute to Diana.
“They were famously friendly though they subsequently fell out.
“A gesture would undoubtedly please William and Harry.
“She might choose a hymn which Diana was fond of such as I Vow To Thee My Country which was sung at Diana’s wedding and funeral.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK