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Old 02-11-2005, 11:32 AM
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I would imagine that her duties would be exactly the same.

All that will be different (possibly) is her title, whether it be QUEEN or PRINCESS CONSORT. Whatever she is called, she will still be the wife of the Sovereign and have the rank and precedence of a Queen Consort.

What will happen at the coronation of King Charles III is something we can speculate about for years.

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Old 02-11-2005, 11:46 AM
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I think she was insecure and manipulative.
So what exactly was camilla
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:15 PM
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So what exactly was camilla
Strong, discreet and supportive.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:25 PM
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I think Diana was too naive, she was only 19 when she got married, i dont think she was cultured enough in the real world
Which is precisely why the RF, Charles and his good "friend" Camilla selected her, IMHO. They thought they could mold her, instead she was broken down. Her behavior was bad, yes, but (to quote a six-year-old on the playground), he started it. :-) It just leaves a bad taste in my mouth...

Although, she has good taste in jewelry. I'm assuming he'd let her pick out her own ring (she is an adult with established tastes after all). She "done good." It's lovely, large but still tasteful.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:27 PM
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So what exactly was camilla
She needed to talk with Dr. Phil.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:34 PM
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let me add to that manipulative, calculating, dishonest, and dishonorable I would say something else, but that would be against the rules. It is something that you go against Diana when she was the one that was married to Charles. yeah she was not perfect, but she had a more legit. reason for being manipulative. For pete's sake she was his wife! What is wrong with you. BUt I don't want to stay in the past that much. I guess it really paid off for Camilla that she picked an insecure, innocent, and naive young lady. Camilla played her game right and it is now paying off. Wow what a great lesson for everyone to learn. What a great example Camilla has set.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:42 PM
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Well, i just read all the opinions and i gona guive mine.
I just espect the both be happy, after all they just pass for many things. And for Charles do this William and Harry have to agre, and if they agre i am no one for say the opusity.
So one ce again very happy for the lovely couple.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:48 PM
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Yes and don't care who gets hurt or dies. So what if he is married. So what if he has a duty and responsibility. It is all about what is good for me. Screw everyone else.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:53 PM
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Camilla (to the media): Yes! I've got my little Charlie now. To hell with what the world thinks!
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:56 PM
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I agree--Charles was a boob when he married Diana, but C hung in there, made the best of her life, and seems to be rewarded, although I am not sure if marrying Charles is a prize!
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Yep. That is definitely something to teach our kids.
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Old 02-11-2005, 01:30 PM
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Never Never Never

Camilla never never not fit to be Countess
never never fit to be Princess

She is a big problem for British Royal Familie.
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Old 02-11-2005, 01:48 PM
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Diana and Charles-arranged marriage?

Does anyone feel that they were just a step above an arranged marriage? They had only met 13 times before their wedding. He never seemed to really be in love with her, she was just "right" for a royal marriage. People loved her, so she made a good princess.
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Old 02-11-2005, 01:51 PM
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I guess it really paid off for Camilla that she picked an insecure, innocent, and naive young lady. Camilla played her game right and it is now paying off. Wow what a great lesson for everyone to learn. What a great example Camilla has set.

Come on now. Camilla never "picked" Diana. Charles did. He's the one who CHOSE to marry Diana and she's the one who CHOSE to marry him. No one was held at gunpoint in St. Paul's Cathederal that day. Sometimes choices in life don't end up with the results one is hoping for.

For the record, none of these three are without mistakes. We now know that Charles was probably in love with Camilla all the way along (who knows when their affair started up again) and Camilla CHOSE at some point to start the affair. But Diana CHOSE to also have affairs, some with characters that, arguably, were seedier, uglier and more awful than what Camilla has been described to be.

The fact is that no matter what we think about Camilla, Charles obviously loves her. That hasn't changed over the past 30 years and it's not likely to in the future. Many people on this board have not liked Mary, Letitia or Mette Marit, but we have generally been open to giving these women a chance in their new roles.

Why are we treating Camilla differently? I don't think that by giving her a chance, we love Diana any less.

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Old 02-11-2005, 02:11 PM
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I was wondering, when they get married is she gonna be called Princess Camilla or just Duchess Camilla. Plus, I find it very hard that people judge just because of her looks. She didn't look that bad when she was younger. Maybe she should call the help of Trinny and Susannah (just kidding).
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Old 02-11-2005, 02:29 PM
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For the record, none of these three are without mistakes. We now know that Charles was probably in love with Camilla all the way along (who knows when their affair started up again) and Camilla CHOSE at some point to start the affair. But Diana CHOSE to also have affairs, some with characters that, arguably, were seedier, uglier and more awful than what Camilla has been described to be.
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I agree that neither Diana, Charles, or Camilla were without fault in matter. However, it is Charles and Camilla that should bear the grunt of the blame.

In 1981 when Diana and Charles got married, Diana was a young and naive (perhaps too naive) 19 year old woman,while Charles and Camilla were grown individuals well into their 30s.

In Camilla's case she was already married with two children when newly married Charles came running to her. She should have done the right and honorable thing by sending Charles back to his new wife. Instead she chose to betray her own husband and Diana by sleeping with Charles.

Diana (rightfully imo) suffered the consequences of the damage and embarassment that she caused, and now years later it seems that Charles and Camilla are rewarded for theirs.

Charles and Camilla deserve no one but each other. But they certainly don't deserve their titles and position. It is certainly ironic and a bit sardonic that Charles will become head of the CoE as an adulterer with his former mistrss and adultress by his side.
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I'm sure the Queen wouldn't want William to take the throne young like she did and have his family life sacrificed to the duties of monarch. I expect she thinks that having Charles on the throne for a few years with a Princess Consort is a preferable arrangement to having William on the throne before he's had a chance to have a life.
and perhaps/hopefully she thinks having charle on the throne is a bit more than being a stepping stone for william. charles is vauabe on his own right and the biggest importance of the princes consort, in my mind, is that she makes him happy.
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Old 02-11-2005, 02:35 PM
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If Charles and Camilla would've married all those years ago, like some say they should've, then William and Harry would've never had exected.
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I think Poor Diana did her share of ill treatment too. She was too immature and insecure for the situation she was in, but reacting with jealous possessiveness toward someone like Charles was bound to lead to problems.

charles might also have been and still is a bit jealous possesive only his emotions were not for diana but for camilla.
all those decades of loving someone and probably been discouraged to do so and still really wanting to, with all her wrinkles and sagging bits and
his wish to always be physically with her (what is called this website the tampontapes) point towards that way.

and girls: he is a scorpio, they are quitely passionant.
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