Not only since the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) have insiders and royal experts been dealing with the alleged disputes in the British royal family. New disclosure books take a very different look at one person in particular: Queen Consort Camilla (75).
Excerpts from the book 'The New Royals' by journalist Katie Nicholl, which is based on reports by an alleged family friend of the Sussexes, are available to 'Vanity Fair'. It claims that it is primarily due to the British royal family that the dispute with Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) has not yet been resolved. So Harry actively made suggestions for reconciliation, which, however, caused ridicule on the other side. It says: 'Harry suggested hiring an arbitrator to settle the matter. Charles was amused and Camilla spat out her tea. She told Harry it was silly and that we should settle it between ourselves.' This conversation therefore took place in the spring of 2022 and was at the request of today's King Charles III. (73) happened.
Tina Brown (68), who once wrote a biography about Princess Diana (1961-1997), explained in an interview with 'The Daily Beast' at the end of August that Camilla should also fear Prince Harry's announced memoirs. 'The Queen has been able to stabilize after the death of Diana, while Charles has constantly struggled to escape from these spirits. Camilla's image rehabilitation has been hugely successful, but she now lives in fear of Harry's book. In a way, Diana's is shaking Ghost still at the door.'
Journalist and royal expert Angela Levin has written a new biography of the Queen Consort. According to excerpts from The Daily Telegraph, citing an insider, she explains in her work 'Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort' that Camilla tried hard for Duchess Meghan, especially in the early days. She is said to have held private lunches with her and tried to welcome Prince Harry's wife into the family. However, the latter reacted 'bored and indifferent' and preferred to 'go their own way'.Prince Andrew versus King Charles III?
The book could also provide further topics of conversation about the disgraced Prince Andrew (62). Levin claims that Andrew wanted to prevent Charles from taking the throne. According to the statement, Prince Andrew had 'lobbied hard' in the hope that his brother would not receive the crown. He is also said to have tried to persuade the Queen to prevent Charles and Camilla's wedding. Andrew was 'pretty toxic, unhelpful and very mean to Camilla.'
In addition, during Princess Diana's lifetime, he apparently hatched plans with her and his then-wife Sarah Ferguson (62) to 'push Prince Charles aside' so that Charles' son Prince William (40) became king immediately and Andrew as whose regent acts. The Queen has therefore vehemently contradicted her son. For her, his behavior is said to have been 'extremely uncomfortable' and 'very, very negative'.
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