Prince Charles’ Romances, Encounter With Australian Bikini Babe Documented On ‘Our Queen’
Prince Charles’ love life was explored on “Elizabeth: Our Queen.”
On Tuesday’s episode of Channel 5’s “Our Queen,” Prince Charles’ younger years was highlighted. The Prince of Wales was once one of the world’s most eligible bachelors. He was linked to Lucia Santa Cruz, Anna Wallace and Sibylla Dorman, the daughter of the governor of Malta. There was an unending interest in the Duke of Cornwall.
Journalist Dame Anne Leslie recalled a conversation she had with Prince Charles’ uncle, Lord Mountbatten, who advised the younger royal to marry a virgin.
“You’re mad, I mean this is the seventies. There cannot be a virgin in the land,” Leslie said in response to Lord Mountbatten’s advice (via Daily Express).
The documentary also showed a photo of Prince Charles and a woman in a bikini at the beach in Australia. The young lady reportedly ran and tried to give the royal a kiss.
“Almost every working day in the five years I was at the palace we had a call asking us, who is Prince Charles going to marry, and asking would we comment on so and so,” another expert featured in the documentary said. “There is obviously going to be special interest to the heir to the throne.”
The source added that the public was so interested in everything Prince Charles did that there were cameras following him everywhere and they would have somebody pick up anything on his statement. He was also not surprised by the photo of Prince Charles and the woman by the beach.
“There was always a picture of him and even in Australia when he came out of the sea there was a girl chasing him and trying to kiss him, it never stopped,” the expert added.
In related news, Paul Burrell, Princess Diana’s former butler, claimed that the late princess suspected Prince Charles of staging an automobile accident in order to be able to remarry. The late Princess of Wales knew that her relationship with her husband was over on the night he visited her after delivering Prince Harry.
“My work is done, isn’t it, now? I’m off to the theatre with Camilla,” Burrell quoted Prince Charles as saying.
“Her words were ‘these next few months, are the most difficult months of my life. I fear my husband is going to kill me. In an automobile accident. With head injuries. In order that he can remarry,'” Burrell added. “That is spooky. She predicted her own death nine months before she died.”
In related news, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles are set to visit Australia in April for the Commonwealth Games. However, the Duchess of Cornwall will only accompany the Duke for a few days and will return home earlier. Prince Charles will carry on his other engagements in the country alone.
Source: IBTIMES COM
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