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Prince Charles to wed Camilla (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 03:58 AM
As reported he will marry his love, since they first met. As next in line to the throne, he will not be King, but, Governor of the Church of England
Since Diana death, and before, he has never hid his love for Camilla, but rather the opposite. He has not yet set a date, and Camilla will become the stepmother to Prince William, and Prince Harry. They have known one another since 1970, 11 years before his marriage to Diana.
LONDON, England (CNN) -- Britain's Prince Charles is to marry his long-term lover, Camilla Parker Bowles, British media reports said quoting official royal sources.

Prince Charles's love life had been the cause of much speculation in Britain since the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in a Paris car crash in 1997.

CNN's Richard Quest said that the death of the Queen Mother, Charles's grandmother, had apparently removed the major hurdle to his marriage to Parker Bowles.

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In reading this story, Prince Charles has achieved what I believe he has always wanted, for Camilla to be his wife, since she has always been his love, and Diana is here no more, he can do so with no guilty conscious.

Charles now will be giving his two boys another mother, stepmother, one I thin they will not grow to love, since they know she was a major reason for the break-up and the cause of sorrow to their mother Diana.

As Prince Charles grandmother is now also gone, as well as Diana, he can marry without a guilty conscious.

This is a slap in the face to Diana's memory, and one to her two sons. To replace their mother with the woman he had an affair with openly and to now marry, will be a sad day for both young Prince's!

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[edit on 10-2-2005 by realorritt]

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