A behind-the-scenes look at the romance of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles provides insight into why they never married, the truth behind Charles's marriage to Diana, and Camilla's own marriage and divorce. Reprint....
|Title||:||Camilla: The King's Mistress|
|Number of Pages||:||230 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Camilla: The King's Mistress Reviews
Interesting story written from the Camilla camp in 1994. I felt the author painted an unfair portrait of Diana. She portrayed Diana as a crazy, unstable shrew and yet it was Charles refusal to end his relationship with Camilla that caused Diana to be so unhappy and angry. I don't think there are very few women on this planet that would be happy and accept the fact that their husband has a mistress for 20 years that he refuses to give up after marriage. The author paints Charles and Camilla as 2 poor lovers who go through hell just to be together. I felt no sympathy for either of them. But it is an engrossing book none the less. It is also interesting to look at the entire story now in 2015 - what if Diana had not died?
this is a book detailing the relationship between charles and the love of his life camilla from the early days till the present through the years of his marriage to diana
I'm finished....only...ONLY...my ocd kept me till the end. I had to finish ....and it hurt. what a piece of trash. I know di was human and had issues...we all do. I know Charles is human and has issues...we all do. but 240 pages of how he couldn't help it. he..they...palace lured a young virgin into a marriage with no hope. he slept with camilla the night before he married and called her on his honeymoon....come on. I'd go off too. to the library bin it goes...I'm sorry to the next person
Nothing earth shattering here. Provides reasons why C & C have been together so long. Sympathetic to Camilla although no indication the author & her ever met.
An interesting POV; too indiscreet.