Ms Junor said: “Camilla was one of the most unpopular women in the country.”
The narrator Glynis Barber added: “The Queen, it seemed, blamed Camilla too and steadfastly refused to acknowledge her.
“This so started the tale of two palaces at war over this one seemingly irreconcilable issue.”
Royal commentator Richard Kay defended the Queen’s actions and attempted to explain them.
Queen news: The Queen considered Camilla dangerous to the integrity of the throne when she began dating Prince Charles, according to a royal expert.
He said: “The Queen was distancing herself from this woman to protect the integrity of the crown and support the throne.
“Camilla was a dangerous and destabilising influence on the throne.”‘
The tension between the Queen and Camilla eventually began to upset Prince Charles.
He was left particularly upset when the Queen and Prince Philip refused to go to his birthday party because Camilla was hosting.
Queen news: Royal commentator Richard Kay defended the Queen’s actions and attempted to explain them.
“Camilla, very much at home there, played hostess, the Queen and Prince Philip stayed away.
“It has been said that Prince Charles was quite hurt by the Queen not attending that party.”
Mr Kay remarked on how the Queen was feeling and her potential reason for her absence.
He said: “The Queen felt she was being boxed in and pushed into something by Charles’s media handlers.
“She knew at some stage she and Camilla would have to break bread but it was too soon.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK