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« on: November 10, 2013, 11:43:00 pm »

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Prince Charles and his relationships- TELEGRAPH

We know what happened to the Prince of Wales - and tragically to Diana. But whatever happened to all those girls who for a moment were caught in the headlights and, if things had gone differently, could now be Princess of Wales?
 
Most went on the make successful marriages though the most widely-tipped, Lady Jane Wellesley, daughter of the Duke of Wellington, chose a single life, as did Sabrina Guinness. Some divorced – and in the case of Anna Wallace, to whom the Prince proposed marriage, twice.
 
Of their number, one is now a psychotherapist, another views houses for an upmarket estate agent. Some have become powerful figures in their own right – Amanda Knatchbull, another proposal, and Angela Nevill, an early romance, particularly so. Some are rich, none is poor. And none, one suspects, regrets for a single moment the way things turned out.
 
Caroline Zevenbergen (nee Longman)

b. 24/12/1951

Daughter of publisher Mark Longman and grand-daughter of the 10th Earl of Cavan.
 
Married 1982 art conservator Peter Zevenbergen; two sons. Lives near Salisbury.

Lady Tryon (nee Harper)

b. 1948-1997

Australian socialite, daughter of publishing magnate Barry Harper of Melbourne. Married 3rd Lord Tryon in 1973; four children.
 
Known as 'Kanga’, the pet name given her by HRH which she used to start an eponymous fashion label, she was Prince Charles’s mistress in the early 1970s during the first months of Camilla’s marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles. Beautiful, feisty and devoted to Charles throughout her life, she was always subject to major health problems and died of septicaemia, aged 49.
 
Laura Jo Kauffman (nee Watkins)
b. 10/7/1953

A particular fancy of the Prince of Wales but had no chance of becoming his princess as she is Roman Catholic. The daughter of a US Rear Admiral, she met the heir to the throne in San Diego, California, when Charles was serving aboard HMS Jupiter. Crucially invited to London to witness his maiden speech in the House of Lords but the romance fizzled out after a weekend in Deauville.
 
Married, lives Brooklyn, New York.

Lady Angela Keating (nee Nevill)

b. 2/1/1948

Daughter of Lord Rupert Nevill, erstwhile private secretary to Prince Philip; sister of the 6th Marquess of Abergavenny. Married art dealer Billy Keating 1994; he died 1998. No children.
 
Powerful private art dealer who has handled individual sales of up to £50 million. Lives St James’s, London
 
Lady Jane Dawnay (nee Grosvenor)

b. 8/2/1953

Daughter of the 5th Duke of Westminster. Married to 10th Duke of Roxburghe 1977-1990; three children. Married Old Etonian accountant and banker Ned Dawnay, grandson of the 9th Viscount Downe, in 1997.
 
Lives at Hillington Hall, near the Sandringham estate.

Lady Camilla Hipwood (nee Fane)

b. 26/12/1957

Daughter of 15th Earl of Westmorland, erstwhile Queen’s Master of the Horse. Married former England polo captain Howard Hipwood 1985; two children.
 
Works as property viewer for Strutt & Parker after Hipwood left her for twentysomething writer Charlotte Reather. Lives Gloucestershire.
 
Hon. Mrs Rosie Vestey (nee Clifton)

b. 19/11/1952

Married Hon Mark Vestey, brother of 3rd Lord Vestey, 1975; 4 children. Lives Gloucestershire. A Colonel’s daughter; went out with Charles in the autumn of 1973
 
Countess de Cabarrus (nee Percy)

b. 3.5.1947

Daughter of the 10th Duke of Northumberland Lady Caroline Percy married French horticulturalist Count Pierre de Cabarrus in 1974; two children. Part of the upper classes’ dating (in the days when they were all single), the countess had a romance with Andrew Parker Bowles while he was ostensibly courting the young Camilla Shand. At the same time Camilla was conducting a relationship with Prince Charles while her future husband was also escorting Princess Anne.
 
Lady Bettina Drummond-Hay (nee Lindsay)

b. 26/6/1950

Daughter of 29th Earl of Crawford. Married Cambridge-educated banker and headhunter Peter Drummond-Hay 1975, 4 children. Lives in Norwalk, Connecticut and Singapore. Daughter Alice was Prince William’s academic 'mother’ at St Andrew’s University.
 
Lady Henrietta St George (nee Fitzroy)

b. 14.9.1949

Daughter of the 11th Duke of Grafton. Mother was Mistress of the Robes to the Queen and one of her closeest personal friends. Married barrister and entrepreneur Edward St George, 21 years her senior, in 1979; two children. Most famously deprived of half her husband’s Bahamian fortune when his business partner, Sir Jack Hayward, evicted her from St George’s Nassau office and appropriated a chunk of his share of the Grand Bahama Port Authority. She now divides her time between the Bahamas and central London.
 
Hon. Fiona Cottrell (nee Watson)

b. 26/9/1953

Daughter of racing peer Lord Manton, her chances of becoming Princess of Wales were severely dented with the revelation that she had displayed, without too much coverage, her 38-23-35 figure in full and glorious colour across eleven pages of the magazine Penthouse.
 
Married landowner and businessman Mark Cottrell 1978; two children. Lives Gloucestershire.
 
Lady Boothby (nee Russell)

b. 21/4/1947

Daughter of former Ambassador Sir John Russell, Georgiana Russell married Welsh landowner and baronet Sir Brooke Boothby in 1976; two daughters. A practising counsellor and psychotherapist. Lives Chelsea and Wales.
 
Lady Cecil Cameron of Lochiel (nee Kerr)

b. 22.4.1948

Daughter of the 12th Marquess of Lothian. Married Donald Cameron of Lochiel, 27th hereditary chief of the Clan Cameron, in 1974; four children.
 
Remained close to the royal family and was godmother to Peter Phillips in 1977, while daughter Catherine was bridesmaid at the 1981 wedding of Charles and Diana. Lives Inverness.
 
Lady Sarah McCorquodale (nee Spencer)

b. 19/3/1955

Daughter of 8th Earl Spencer, married farmer Neil McCorquodale 1980; 3 children. Master of the Belvoir Hunt, former High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, trustee of the Princess Diana Memorial Fund. Famously marked her younger sister Diana’s card after having a brief walk-out with Charles. Lives Lincolnshire.
 
Susan MacCorkindale (nee George)

b. 26/7/1950

Socially, markedly different from all Charles’s other fancies, she was born in Surbiton and started work as an actress at the age of four. Childhood holidays were spent in a caravan park in Font-y-Gary in South Wales. In adulthood a formidable actress - star of a wide variety of films including Sam Peckinpah’s 'Straw Dogs’, with its infamous violent physical attack scene - then producer, and Arabian horse breeder. Never stood a chance of becoming Princess of Wales but Charles was strangely moved by her.
 
Married to actor Simon MacCorkindale from 1984 to his death from cancer in 2010; no children. Lives Somerset.
 
Davina Morley (nee Sheffield)

b. 15/8/1951

Granddaughter of 1st Lord McGowan and cousin of Samantha Cameron; sister-in-law of the Duchess of Beaufort. Arguably the best-looking of all Charlie’s Angels but whatever her marital ambitions, they were scuppered by the entirely innocent revelation from an ex-boyfriend, old Harrovian James Beard, that they had once shared a cottage, and therefore she had 'previous’ – unforgivable in a potential Princess of Wales in those days.
 
Married Jake Morley, Eton and Cambridge-educated son of a Brigadier; three sons. Lives Yorkshire.
 
Lady Jane Wellesley

b. 6/7/1951

Considered by many to be the prime candidate for marriage to the Prince, with her dazzling good looks and impeccable pedigree, she enjoyed a relationship with Charles in 1973-4. When it failed, blame was put on the media for its too-intense scrutiny: when asked on one occasion – reasonably enough – if there was to be an engagement announcement, she spiritedly snapped back “Do you honestly believe I want to be Queen?” Daughter of the 8th Duke of Wellington, she went on to forge a career as a film-maker and biographer but despite a number of romances including Melvyn Bragg and Loyd Grossman has never married. Lives Notting Hill.
 
Sabrina Guinness

b. 9/1/1955

Grand-daughter of Sir Arthur Guinness and daughter of Eton and Oxford-educated banker James Guinness. The 'liveliest’ of Charles’s fancies, when they met in 1979 she had already enjoyed relationships with Mick Jagger, Jack Nicholson, Rod Stewart and David Bowie. Famously snubbed by Prince Philip when arriving at Balmoral and complaining that the transport bringing her to the castle was like a Black Maria, HRH snapped: “Well, you’d KNOW all about Black Marias, wouldn’t you?” Set up Youth Cable Television charity but now acts as adviser to newspaper magnate Yevgeny Lebedev. Never married.
 
Lady Amanda Ellingworth (nee Knatchbull)

b. 26/6/1957

Never seriously a contender, nonetheless Prince Charles proposed marriage to Amanda who, as grand-daughter of Earl Mountbatten was his second cousin. It was 1980 and having passed his self-ordained deadline of 30 to get married, some interpreted in Charles’s proposal a hint of desperation. The couple holidayed on Eleutherea together, but Amanda’s heart wasn’t in it and wisely she turned him down. Curiously he had raised as early as 1974 the prospect of marriage to Amanda with her mother, now Countess Mountbatten, without having discussed it with the girl in question, who was then only 17. A formidable presence in the world of social care, she is chair of the Guinness Partnership.
 
Married property developer Charles Ellingworth 1987; three sons. Lives Somerset.
 
Anna Oates (nee Wallace)

b. 19/11/1955

Daughter of Scottish landowner Hamish Wallace, she was Charles’s final fling before Diana. He proposed marriage in 1980 but there were too many factors against it including her other love interests - and his. Famously said “I’ve never been treated so badly in my life” at a Windsor Castle ball for the Queen Mother.
 
Married first Johnny Fermor-Hesketh, brother of 3rd Lord Hesketh; then in 1991 Old Etonian City fund manager Tom Oates. They divorced in 2007; one daughter. Lives Chelsea.
 
Christopher Wilson is a best-selling royal biographer. His books include 'The Windsor Knot: Charles, Camilla, and the Legacy of Diana’, 'A Greater Love' and 'Diana V Charles'
 


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/prince-charles/10436036/Prince-Charles-and-his-relationships.html

A few left off the list, I believe.
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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2013, 11:46:25 pm »

damn no wonder his boys where or are both cads

bet there are a few mistress for both his boys in the future

apple doesn't fall far from the tree no matter what son was born first
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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2013, 12:22:35 am »

Kanga who filled in for Camilla for a time got treated almost as shabbily by Charles as Diana did. She was sick and wanted to see him but he did not take her calls, she even was trying to see him while she was in a wheelchair and he avoided her. She died under mysterious circumstances the same year as Diana from injuries she received falling out a hospital window.
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« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2013, 12:45:42 am »

I've always wondered if Dale wasn't murderer also. I think I remember somebody saying she was writing a book or planning on one.
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