Recently celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary, royal couple Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall is allegedly going to have a divorce by the Queen's order.
Reportedly known for swinging random threats at the royal family, Prince Charles was told by Queen Elizabeth to go ahead with the divorce and to stop pacifying his alcoholic wife, according to the July 14th print edition of Globe Magazine.
The Duchess of Cornwall is reportedly furious that the Queen prefers to give the throne to Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, if she decides to abdicate her post next year. So her plan is if she is not going to be queen then she could lock down a $350 million divorce settlement by threatening the palace to divulge family secrets.
But the queen has no intention paying the Duchess a dime and declared Charles' wife a disgrace and want her gone. "She also summoned Camilla to the palace and had a nifty chat with her, telling the duchess that she's a complete disgrace and that the family needs to be rid of her," Celebdirty Laundry reports.
Romantically involved for more than three decades before they decided to make it official, Charles and Camilla tied the knot on April 9, 2005 and reports indicate that Charles public perception improved since he married Camilla. "The public perception of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall has certainly improved with the passage of time," according to Robert Jobson, author of "The New Royal Family: Prince George, William and Kate, The Next Generation" on his interview with Today.
"But their wedding and the hard work both have put into their royal duty since those dark days has, in my view, transformed their public image," Jobson added.
Now living on his grandmother's former home, the Castle of Mey, Prince Charles is paying £2,000 a week to stay there while other visitors are paying £50,000 a weekend.
"The charge... reflects that we do not have any fishing or shooting at the castle, and that the Prince brings his own staff," Ashe Windham, of the Mey Trust, which runs the property, told Daily Mail.