NNext Tuesday, November 8, the book “The King: The Life of Charles III”, which is a detailed biography of the personality of the new King of England, will go on sale.
Written by the American journalist Christopher Andersenthe details of the book Charles‘, including his marriage to Diana Spencer, right up to the time he took the throne.
“Carlos i dianaHis unhappy marriage was so volatile that royal protection officers feared that either of them would be harmed.” Andersen notes, and even notes that “One of the Carlos‘, the assistants remember seeing diana disqualify her husband and make fun of his obsession with the coat Camilla.”
Charles refused to have sex with Diana
“diana would literally chase her husband down corridors, stairs and from room to room’ at their holiday home at Highgrove House and ask him: ‘Why don’t you sleep with me?’ after the then Prince of Wales · them “had unilaterally ended their sexual relationship” since the birth of Prince Harrythe younger of his two children, in 1984.”
Andersen also happens to describe Charles‘ ironic answer.
“I don’t know dear. I think I might be gay.” Carlos said “You know who I am?”
“diana he replied that he was a ‘bloody animal'” and said that he would ‘never be king!’
Domestic violence in the royal household?
Andersen he also stated that many believed that these small altercations could have led to something much bigger.
“The clashes between diana i Charles they were so raw that ‘violence seemed inevitable'”, according to the testimony of one of the then prince’s bodyguards.
Additionally, the residence had shotguns, rifles and pistols lining the walls.
“Those charged with protecting members of the royal family were deeply concerned that, ‘in the heat of anger,’ any of them could be used to commit suicide, murder, or both,” the author writes.
The journalist also reports that the prince had a strange fascination with a teddy bear from his childhood, until his adulthood.
Andersen says so Charlesformer trusted aide, Michael Fawcettwas in charge of the care of the toy when Charles he was 40 years old, and whenever he needed some repair Charlesformer nanny, Mabel AndersonI would come out of retirement to “take care of him”.
“[She was] the only human being who can bring a needle and thread to it Prince Charles‘ Teddy bear”.
Besides, Fawcett she would put the right amount of toothpaste on the Prince of Wales’ toothbrush, shave him, help him put on his trousers and tie his shoes. He also put on his pajamas and made the bed every night.
The head gardener received every morning a list of “instructions and complaints written by his chief in red ink.” When he left his residence, he would stand on his porch and, if he wasn’t happy with the gardening, “bark orders at them through a green megaphone.”
“For someone who said he was allegedly bullied as a child, Carlos He clearly enjoyed harassing us. He could be nice and polite, but more often than not he was grumpy and mean. He didn’t think twice about shouting insults at you if you put a foot wrong”, one of the gardeners revealed to the writer.