What Prince William did to Camilla is beyond imagination!

The newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales made their first trip to North Wales last week while they were in their former home of Anglesey.

Regarding his children Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis and their connection with his stepmother Camilla the Queen Consort, Prince William is now thought to have made a significant choice.

After a difficult beginning, Camilla now has a powerful role within the Royal Family. She still maintains a more reclusive relationship with some family members, according to a recent book.

‘Camilla: From Outcast to Queen Consort,’ written by Angela Levin, describes how Camilla has handled her relationships with Prince William and Prince Harry over the years. According to The Express, she has stated that William has made it plain that Camilla is his father’s wife and not a step-grandmother to his children.

Prince William’s children have “two grandfathers but just one grandma,” according to the new book. When the Queen Consort married Prince Charles in 2005, the author examines how she handled her relationship with the princes.

She claims: “In 2005, when William and Harry were 23 and 20, respectively, Camilla was formally introduced as their stepmother. She was more of a nice adult they occasionally encountered at royal events. Instead of trying to be persuasive, she attempted to be encouraging.

Since Carole and Michael Middleton, Catherine’s parents, are so close, she hasn’t attempted to assume any duties as a stepgrandmother to the Cambridges’ children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Camilla joined the royal family following Princess Diana’s untimely passing. Camilla did not have the best reception from the public because Charles had been having an affair.

William and Harry “tolerated” Camilla, according to Tina Brown’s book “The Palace Papers,” but they never developed a strong bond with her. Ms. Brown described how Charles recruited public relations specialist Mark Bolland in 1996 to help him with his image.

The book asserted that Mr. Bolland’s connections to the media business also assisted Camilla in “winning acceptability” from the general public. Written by Ms. Brown “Bolland deliberately cultivated the illusion that the boys had become fond of Camilla. But at best, they tolerated her.

Harry was still irately lamenting to his pals in his early 30s that Camilla had turned his old bedroom at Charles’ Gloucestershire house, Highgrove, into a lavish dressing room for herself. Penny Junor cites a royal insider who stated how William’s opinion of Camilla has evolved over time in her book “Prince William: Born to be King.”

It was said: “If I’m being completely honest, I don’t believe their relationships were as warm as I believe they are now. I believe they had difficulty. To be fair to Camilla, she never attempted to be a mother, but she was the “other woman” who was present and slowed down her father’s progress.”

Additionally, a source stated to the Daily Mail: “Huge family fights occurred in the early years of Charles and Camilla’s marriage as everyone adjusted. Back then, William’s connection with his father wasn’t the best.”


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