Prince Charles speech explaining why Diana felt faint in Canada





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Published on Dec 6, 2010

Prince Charles speech explaining why Diana felt faint in Canada.

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Emma Katie
But the reason she had an eating disorder was because of him calling her fat and cheating on her with Camilla, and he had gotten mad at her for fainting earlier (told her that she was a princess and needed to be classier and faint in private), and the whole family (particularly the Queen) was constantly complaining that her bulimia was a disgrace to the family and that she was wasting food.
Anna Scott
i love the queen for puting william on the throne in stead of charles. long live william. and susan nunes, you have absoutly no idea what your talking about Diana was murderd. period.
Iris Tan
Charles, I totally lose respect for you. I hope you get a concussion.
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Susan Nunes
That isn't true, either. He actually cared about Diana, but she was one screwed up mess. Camilla entered the picture much later, even after Diana was cheating on Charles. I am surprised people still believe the garbage that tabloid Diana stenographer Andrew Morton wrote. None of what she told him was true.
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Susan Nunes
She was also cheating and in fact did it before Charles. People still believe hogwash Diana told Morton and others.
Camilla is not a hideous old cow. She is a gracious lady who happened to fall in love with him years before he married.
Rosy Plain
I just hope Charles is never, ever king! Long live William! Thank heaven William was influenced by Diana and will finally turn the royal family away from their murdering, conniving, power hungry centuries old traditions.
Susan Nunes
Are you crazy? Of course he will be king. Diana is dead, and stop the hero worship, please.
@bg11215 Hear, hear. I have it on good authority that Charles is a very caring and charming man. He did love Diana but she was so moody and mixed-up, temperamental, malicious and spiteful much of the time that she would have driven the most patient of men crazy. He did his utmost to make her happy but she didn't have it in her to be happy. She was unable to accept love. She only pretended to give it most of the time (especially when on public view). A very complex character
@DuchLizUniverStarMpf May 1986
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