Too lowly!’ Camilla ‘tried to BREAK UP Prince William and Kate’ claims BOMBSHELL book

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Too lowly!’ Camilla ‘tried to BREAK UP Prince William and Kate’ claims BOMBSHELL book

CAMILLA once tried to break up Prince William and Kate because she did not believe the Duchess of Cambridge was suited for the Royal Family, a bombshell book has claimed.

Kate and William met while studying at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.

While the world fell in love with the then-Kate Middleton, one member of the Royal Family reportedly did not approve of the match.

Camilla, who became a member of the Royal Family when she married Prince Charles in 2005, allegedly tried to the couple to break up.

Camilla believed Kate was ”pretty, but rather dim” and “too lowly” to marry into the Royal Family, according to the book ‘Game of Crowns: Elizabeth, Camilla, Kate, and the Throne’ by Christopher Anderson.

Camilla is even said to have asked Prince Charles to convince William to end things with Kate.

Prince George school George is in Year One of Thomas's Battersea (Image Getty)
Prince George school George is in Year One of Thomas’s Battersea (Image Getty)

After six years of being together, Kate and William briefly broke up in 2007 and the book claims Camilla at the time described the separation as “wise”.

During an interview, following the announcement of their engagement, Prince William said: “We did split up for a bit.

“We were both very young, we were both at university, we were both finding ourselves as such, being different characters.

“We were both trying to find our own way with a bit of space, we were growing up and then it worked out for the better.”

Camilla is even said to have asked Prince Charles to convince William to end things with Kate.

After six years of being together, Kate and William briefly broke up in 2007 and the book claims Camilla at the time described the separation as “wise”.

During an interview, following the announcement of their engagement, Prince William said: “We did split up for a bit.

“We were both very young, we were both at university, we were both finding ourselves as such, being different characters.

“We were both trying to find our own way with a bit of space, we were growing up and then it worked out for the better.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK