Queen Elizabeth Throws Camilla Parker-Bowles Out Of Kensington Palace, Duchess Exiled From Britain – Reports

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth With Pope Francis
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) shakes hands with Pope Francis during a meeting at the Vatican April 3, 2014. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano

The feud between Queen Elizabeth and Camilla Parker-Bowles is getting messier everyday as new reports emerged that the Queen is kicking the Duchess out of Kensington Palace. Prince Charles' wife is reportedly to be exiled from Britain by the Queen's order as she is becoming fed up of her antics.

Allegedly suffering from her declining health, the dying Queen Elizabeth had enough of Cami based on the recent GLOBE Magazine's Aug. 25th print edition, with the cover title "Dying Queen Exiles Camilla!" Known for being Charles' side chick for three decades, the Duchess of Cornwall is always under a microscope when it comes to her relationship with her husband's mother.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall was last seen together during their visit in Plymouth and Looe as part of the week-long visit in the region to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the formation of the city of Plymouth. The royal couple also visited the business that was hit during the winter flooding, and stopped for a visit in the Royal William Yard.

"The Duke and The Duchess will meet local producers at Looe market; Her Royal Highness will visit two successful Cornish food businesses and as Patron of the UK Vineyards Association, The Duchess will visit Camel Valley Vineyard in Bodmin, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary," according to Plymouth Herald.

Without Prince Charles as her escort, the Duchess attended the recent funeral of World War I veteran Harry Patch on Aug. 6 at the Wells Cathedral. Patch became the only living veteran of any nationality who served the trenches of the Great War since 2008, and managed to outlive his sons and wife.

Representatives for both Queen Elizabeth and Camilla Parker-Bowles are yet to comment on the reports by GLOBE magazine.

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