Prince Charles’ panic after considering the monarchy as a whole: ‘It could be destroyed!’

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Prince Charles’s panic after considering the monarchy as a whole: ‘It could be destroyed!’

According to newly discovered reports, Prince Charles once contemplated the Royal Family’s entire existence in a panic.

The prince’s watercolour paintings will be on display next month.

They will be displayed at The Prince’s Foundation exhibition space at The Garrison Chapel in Chelsea, and feature some of his favorite places to unwind.

Landscapes from Scotland, such as the Huna Mill in John O’Groats and Glen Callater near Balmoral, as well as outdoor scenes from Provence, France, and Tanzania, East Africa, will enthrall viewers.

A small description next to the work explains how Charles finds that the process “refreshes parts of the soul that other activities can’t reach.”

Scotland is known to be one of Charle’s favorite vacation destinations, a place where he can relax in the stress-free Highlands.

But it’s also the site of one of his and his family’s most tense and anxious moments in recent memory: they were vacationing here when Diana, Princess of Wales, died tragically.

During this period of great mourning for both the family and the country, Charles is said to have briefly considered the monarchy’s continued existence as a result of the death.

Penny Junor, a royal author, described Charles’ immediate reaction to the tragedy in her 2005 book ‘The Firm.’

“They’re all going to blame me, aren’t they?” he asked, she said here.

“Initial reports said she had been severely injured but was still alive,” she continued.

“Isn’t the world about to go insane?”

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“We’re going to see an unprecedented reaction.”

“And it has the potential to wipe out the entire world.”

It has the potential to overthrow the monarchy.”

“Yes, sir,” the Prince’s Private Secretary, Stephen Lamport, replied, according to the royal author.

“Sir, it’s going to be extremely difficult for your mother.”

“She’ll have to do things she doesn’t want to do or feel comfortable doing, but if she doesn’t, it’s over.”

Diana’s death was mourned by millions around the world.

Six days after her car crashed in Paris, an estimated 2.5 billion people watched her funeral, a testament to her celebrity and popularity as a princess.

“News from the Brinkwire.”

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