The disturbing revelations of Lady Di to her butler on Prince Charles

While Prince Charles is still waiting to be able one day to ascend the throne and then succeed his mother, a revelation comes to question his abilities for this supreme position …

while Lady Diana died more than twenty-one years agohis memory never ceases to disturb the life of Prince Charles. Indeed, while many rumors claim that Queen Elizabeth II could let Prince Charles succeed him during his lifetime, many people think this the father of princes William and Harry should not perhaps show on the throne, especially for his age. The future monarch will celebrate his 70th birthday on November 14th.

But other revelations come to question his own ability to govern. Paul Burrell, former butler of Lady Diana she said that the Princess of Wales did not believe her good husband at all, or even "Worthy" of this function. "I do not think we'll ever see King Charles and Queen Camilla on the throne of England – I know it's his right, I know he's the heir to the throne, I know he's been waiting for him for a lifetime, but his wife (Lady Diana) he said: "My husband is not suitable for this supreme position", " has entrusted the Mirror. "I think the queen could die at the age of 101, 102 or 103. Her mother was almost 102. Longevity is part of the family, I think, for the good of the monarchy, when Charles arrives, she will be 80 years old " also added Paul Burrell.

Back in 1995, when the famous interview with Martin Bashir in which Diana Spencer spoke of her separation from Prince Charles (the couple separated in 1992 while the divorce was pronounced in 1996) and her husband's infidelity with Camilla Parker BowlesLady Diana had insinuated that her husband did not want to become king and that he was not made for a role like "Formal". This will not improve the popularity of Prince Charles with the English.

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