Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla recently had some uncomfortable reading over breakfast at Balmoral Castle Monday morning.
As the 20th death anniversary of Prince Charles’ ex-wife, Princess Diana, looms in 10 days, he was reminded that the negative legacy of that awful moments is still being felt.
Apparently, a poll by the British national news agency, The Press Association found that 27 percent of the Britishers felt Prince Charles had a negative impact on the reputation of the Royal Family up from 15 percent in 2013. It was also duly noted that only 36 percent has been beneficial to the British Monarchy, compared to the 60 percent four years ago.
Now, Prince Charles’ hope of having his wife, Camilla accepted as his Queen Consort also has taken a knock. A mere 14 percent of the Britishers would like her to have that title when Prince Charles is crowned King.
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There are even people with 39 percent believing she should be given the title of Princess Consort instead.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla’s role in the Royal marriage’s difficulties and the pain that caused Princess Diana have been raised again. This is because the Princess’s life is celebrated and remembered again in a series of films and documentaries.
Michael Gibbons said:
Meanwhile, Princess Diana’s former chief of staff also commented in a rare and a candid interview. “If Camilla was called Queen, there would be riots among the people”.
“Whether Camilla will be consort or Queen, I think there would be a massive riot. There has been a lot of forgiving going on. But there is still a deep-seated public disquiet over the way she behaved”.
It came as the Royals gather with Queen Elizabeth at Balmoral for the summer break.