Princess Diana’s heartbreaking moment she discovered Charles’ affair finally revealed
Princess Diana found out ex-husband Prince Charles was having an affair after discovering a bracelet meant for Camilla Parker-Bowles, according to a royal expert.
That is the claim of royal biographer Andrew Morton, who says she missed several warning signs early on in their doomed relationship.
Diana told her biographer she discovered a parcel in the office of one of Charles’ employees – and opened it to discover a bracelet.
It was engraved with the letters G and F – which stood for Gladys and Fred, Camilla and Charles’ nicknames for each other.
She told him: “I was still too immature to understand all the messages coming my way.
“So I opened it and there was the bracelet. I was devastated, and I said ‘Well, he’s going to give it to her tonight’.”
“And then someone in his office told me that my husband has had a bracelet made for her.
“I walked into this man’s office one day and I said, ‘Ooh, what’s in that parcel?’ And he said ‘Oh, you shouldn’t look at that’.
“So I opened it and there was the bracelet. I was devastated, and I said ‘Well, he’s going to give it to her tonight’.
“So rage, rage, rage. You know…It was as if he’d made his decision.”
Charles and Camilla dated for around a year after meeting in 1971, but cut it off when the prince joined the Royal Navy.
Camilla married Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973, with the couple divorcing in 1995, a year before Charles and Diana’s split.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall wed with a civil ceremony at Windsor Castle in February 2005.
Camilla is said to have worn the G & F bracelet for years, throughout Charles and Diana’s marriage.
Earlier this week, Daily Star Online revealed how Camilla is said to have “feared for her life” in the wake of Diana’s fatal 1997 car crash.
Source: dailystar co uk