Prince Charles had a strained relationship with newlyweds Prince William and Kate, stating that he “wasn’t best delighted.”


Prince Charles had a strained relationship with newlyweds Prince William and Kate, stating that he “wasn’t best delighted.”

According to newly discovered stories, Prince Charles had a strained relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011 and was “irritated” by the couple’s insensitive photo ops.

Princess Diana, the Prince of Wales’ ex-wife, died in a car accident 24 years ago on Tuesday.

Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed were being brought home from a Paris dinner when their Mercedes Benz driver lost control and crashed in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel.

Several royal admirers paid their respects to the late Princess’s statue in the Kensington Palace gardens, while ex-husband Charles was scrutinized on social media.

On August 31, the official Clarence House twitter account released two tweets, none of which addressed Diana.

The first praised visitors for visiting Clarence House in the previous month, while the second, which generated uproar, asked royal admirers how many horses they could find along Clarence House’s Horse Corridon on Google Arts.

After separating from Diana in 1992 and then divorcing due to their incompatibility and extramarital affairs, the future King faced wrath.

In recent months, Charles has come under fire from his son, Prince Harry, who has criticized his upbringing in a number of high-profile interviews.

Harry spoke on the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard about the “genetic agony and misery” he had inherited from his parents.

According to recently discovered accounts, Charles was reportedly involved in a feud with newlyweds William and Kate following the couple’s 2011 royal tour of Canada.

Charles thought William and Kate’s Canada vacation included too many “tasteless” photo opportunities, according to Sally Bedell Smith’s biography Charles: The Misunderstood Prince.

The Prince “wasn’t delighted with the camera-friendly pair,” according to the author.

The journey was organized by Kevin S. Macleod, the Canadian Secretary to the Queen at the time, who made the couple’s agenda less formal than previous royal tours.

At Kate’s suggestion, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Prince Edward Island, a move purportedly made with Charles and Diana’s 1983 Canada tour in mind, which was reputedly based completely on the Prince’s interests.

The Cambridges were photographed wearing cowboy hats as they were given the honor of launching the Calgary Stampede.

The duchess recently made headlines after being seen as her Jenny Packham yellow dress was blown up by a strong breeze. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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