Many of us are aware that Queen Elizabeth II is not a huge fan of Prince Charles' second wife Camilla Parker Bowles. Over the years their rocky relationship has never really blossomed.
A new book has been released by a British journalist named Tom Bower who details their unsteady relationship. The tell-all book is titled "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles."
Bower shares a boozy, summer night where the Queen's silver tongue got the best of her at Balmoral Castle in 1998. After a few drinks, the Queen reportedly told Camilla how she really felt about her.
The incident happened just a year after Princess Diana died in a tragic car accident in 1997. The author claims, as do many other publications, that Prince Charles had an affair with Camilla during his marriage with Diana.
Apparently, the following summer at Balmoral Castle, Charles confronted his mother about the idea of welcoming Camilla to the royal family. The Queen's response was brutally honest.
During that confrontation, the Queen was supposedly well into "several martinis." Her forceful response stunned Charles.
"She would not condone his adultery, nor forgive Camilla for not leaving Charles alone to allow his marriage to recover,” Bower writes in his book.
Bower later claimed that Her Majesty "vented her anger" to Charles about him lying about their relationship. She even called Camilla "that wicked woman," and said, "I want nothing to do with her."
After their argument, Charles called up Camilla with tears in his eyes informing her of what his mother's response was. In the end, Charles and Camilla got married in 2005 but not without tons of controversy surrounding them.
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