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« Reply #140 on: April 03, 2017, 06:58:20 pm »

  James Cambridge knows his stuff.    thumbsup
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« Reply #141 on: April 03, 2017, 09:49:47 pm »

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My previous comment wasn't posted, DM - I wonder why? In essence, what I said was this article/book is clearly an attempt to pave the way for Queen Camilla - as she will be known - when Charles becomes King. Charles and Camilla continued their adulterous affair throughout his marriage to Diana and were 'meeting up'before William was born, let alone Harry. My partner at that time was part of a 'horsey' set and it was known by that inner circle of friends where C and C would meet. Diana's suspicions were right. It was also correct that D had no history of mental illness prior to marrying Charles. So, a teenage virgin marries an older and sexually experienced man who continues to commit adultery with Camilla. Camilla will be queen - we get that - but please don't try to rewrite history. Camilla was still married when she was having sex with Charles and continued having sex with Charles when he got married. Shift the blame onto Diana's 'madness'?? Diana isn't here to defend herself, DM.

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I am a qualified, medical doctor. Are you? I also happen to have had a relationship with a partner who was part of a horsey set of whom Camilla was a member at the time. Camilla was married - but it was known by this inner group of friends that she and Charles were meeting up and continuing their 'relationship'. It never fizzled out when he and Diana got married - they were still using friends' homes for their secret trysts. Diana's parents split up when she was a child. There was no evidence of mental illness or psychiatric history for her until after she married Charles. A young virgin, thinking she was marrying for love and life. As for Laurens V.D.P. being Charles' advisor/guru - LVDP had several adulterous affairs, one resulting in a 14 yr old girl becoming pregnant with him child. To now portray Diana as mad and the key reason for the marriage breaking down is appalling. Yes - she subsequently became ill - but not with BPD. Paving the way for Queen Camilla, DM - is all.

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Disgraceful - she dd not. Many of us clinically qualified doctors (including psychiatrists) have debated this in public and private. Does it not occur to you that this, along with several other recent articles, is merely paving the way for what will be our future King and his wife - i.e. King Charles and Queen Camilla? This article is shameful. Charles continued to meet up with Camilla and they continued to have an intimate relationship throughout his marriage to Diana - FACT, Perhaps some of the former inner circle will come clean and admit to helping to facilitate it by allowing trysts to take place in their homes? Diana was vulnerable -yes - but her suspicions were also true. Charles and his staff made a point of placing the blame on D's mental illness for the breakdown of his marriage. How convenient. A spoilt, narcissistic man who didn't like sharing the limelight. He - together with his co-adulterer Camilla - are our future King and Queen.

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The Archbishop thought Diana should have made the marriage work even though Charles was screwing Camilla?
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and he never stopped having "fun" with Camilla right though his (and her - as in Camilla's) marriage/s. Camilla and Charles are both adulterers and were long before Diana was driven into the arms of another man. So has does that work? Two people who continued their adulterous relationship- each playing a part in the other person's marriage breakdown (let's not forget that Charles' affair with Camilla resulted in her divorce from Andrew Parker Bowles) subquently being appointed as King and Queen - and with the King being head of the Church of England. Hypocrisy personified (in Camilla and Charles)
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It's no wonder decent families didn't want their daughters or female relatives to get mixed up with that family. In honesty, Arab families could have had their daughters engaged to Charles and shipped to England for the wedding. Oddly, ti's the same with William. Apparently no families ever have the princes over and introduce them to female relatives. There's a reason William settled on Kate and Charles had to dupe a nineteen year old.
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« Reply #142 on: April 06, 2017, 10:29:10 pm »

  There were more than a few young ladies who turned down a proposal of marriage from Charles, including Mountbatten's granddaughter.  I feel Diana was let down by her family as well as C&C and the RF. 
   There is definitely a massive PR offensive to make C&C more palatable to the public,  most of the public can't stand either one of them.
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« Reply #143 on: April 06, 2017, 10:42:25 pm »

Even her own sister did not want to marry him. I wonder if she tried to persuade Diana but she ignored her.
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« Reply #144 on: April 07, 2017, 02:32:52 am »

All of Chucky's possible candidates for wife knew about Cam and her iron grip on him. Diana, imo being young and full of romantic ideas, thought she could break that hold.
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« Reply #145 on: April 07, 2017, 08:01:36 am »

  Agree CathyJane.   I doubt anyone tried to warn her. 
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« Reply #146 on: April 07, 2017, 09:32:50 am »

Even her own sister did not want to marry him.

Sarah was ticked that Charles had dumped her after the 'dustman' interview and was allegedly jealous of Diana for landing the prince that she lost.
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« Reply #147 on: April 07, 2017, 12:36:32 pm »

I don't think Sarah wanted to marry Charles.If so she'd never have given that interview. Charles was a rebound for Sarah after the DUke of Westminster (the man she really wanted to marry) broke up with her.
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« Reply #148 on: April 09, 2017, 01:27:43 am »

  Sarah was not jealous in the least ... Good Grief.  dontknow
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« Reply #149 on: April 09, 2017, 01:16:11 pm »

Some on Amazon are lambasting the Bedell Smith book. But I am alarmed that some reviewers in the media take her word as gospel (the Mad Diana spin). Why don't her sons speak up? This is such a disgrace. I hope Bedell Smith's book ends up as papers at the bottom of a parrot cage.
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« Reply #150 on: April 09, 2017, 09:35:11 pm »

People will believe what they want to believe regardless of facts. Sad but true
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« Reply #151 on: June 04, 2017, 12:13:14 am »

'My marriage was a Greek tragedy': Prince Charles's astonishing hand-written letters to Nancy Reagan reveal his anguish over his split from Diana

    We can reveal the personal letters between Prince Charles and the Reagans
    They vary in tone and content and are written in the Prince’s trademark black
    He talks about his marriage and the 'dread' after the Queen Mother died


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4569560/Prince-Charles-s-hand-written-letters-Nancy-Reagan.html

His handwriting is unusual, he connects not only the letters, but even words at times..
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« Reply #152 on: June 04, 2017, 01:58:32 am »

What a sycophant Robert Jobson is. I wonder if he's jealous of Fawcett eating cookies
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« Reply #153 on: June 04, 2017, 05:42:17 am »

Charles instead of whingeing letters should have tried to work things out with his wife and the two could have gone to an objective marriage counselor. It's funny how there seems to be a competition between William and CHarles. Charles now has the "poor me" "poor Camilla" spin then William discloses his pain over the loss of his mother Diana.
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« Reply #154 on: June 04, 2017, 07:09:33 am »

I can't get over how much residual damage that Camilla has caused; not just the breakup, but the remarriage and her determination to be forgiven and have her actions justified. All Camilla has to do is own up and if she had that courage, she would likely be a lot more tolerated and there would be closure. Instead Camilla and Charles keep up the justification, practically BEGGING people to 'see it their way' even when people can't understand and never will. If they dropped the pity act they would get more respect and Charles could have used his taking responsibility as a way of guiding William.
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« Reply #155 on: June 04, 2017, 02:19:57 pm »

Charles instead of whingeing letters should have tried to work things out with his wife and the two could have gone to an objective marriage counselor. It's funny how there seems to be a competition between William and CHarles. Charles now has the "poor me" "poor Camilla" spin then William discloses his pain over the loss of his mother Diana.
In their Washington visit after the night that Diana danced with Travolta, Charles referred to Diana as a stupid in a press conference if she hadnt liked dancing with Travolta. In that press conference he was hardly proud or besotted with Diana and the media interest in her. Obviously this video isnt shown in this article.
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« Reply #156 on: June 04, 2017, 02:21:39 pm »

Well said Kuei Fei, taking responsibility for their own wrong doing would go a long way in gaining them respect. Trying to rewrite history by justifying their actions will never ingratiate them to the public, it only serves to annoy and remind people why they dislike them.
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« Reply #157 on: June 04, 2017, 02:46:13 pm »

Charles finds crawling sycophants like Junor and Smith to do his dirty work. His line is that it was not his and Camilla's fault because Diana was "mad." The two probably hatch stories like Diana attacking St. Charles while he was "praying." RIdiculous.
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« Reply #158 on: June 04, 2017, 04:29:39 pm »

ITA, no matter how my sycophants like Junior do his dirty work, this line of attacking the dead mother of his children will always reflect poorly on him and Camilla. Also people can see right through their lies, when will they finally realize that Joe public is on to their tricks.
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« Reply #159 on: June 04, 2017, 08:24:30 pm »

Even if Diana was "mad" he should have helped her. What happened to "in sickness and in health"? I think she was "mad" because she figured out what was going on with Charles and his mistresses (Camilla wasn't even the only one), and the people around her tried to convince her that she was just paranoid. That would drive anyone crazy, and for a very young woman (she got married 28 days after her 20th birthday, just barely out of her teens) in the international public eye it would make things that much worse.
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