Camilla Parker Bowles Abandons Prince Charles Ahead of Japan Trip

Camilla Parker Bowles Abandons Prince Charles Ahead of Japan Trip


Camilla Parker Bowles Abandons Prince Charles Ahead of Japan Trip. The reason will surprise you. Camilla Parker Bowles has decided to abandon her husband, Prince Charles, ahead of their trip to Japan for this very interesting reason. The Prince of Wales is set to arrive in Japan on Tuesday to attend to ceremonial enthronement of Emperor Naruhito. However, due to the Duchess of Cornwall’s fear of flying, the future King of England is set to travel to the country alone. Last year, the 71-year-old admitted for the first time that she had a deep fear of flying when the Royal appeared on ITV’s This Morning. Her phobia has meant the Duchess often will miss royal engagements with Prince Charles and has led to her cutting her overseas trips short in the past, including the couple’s visit to Australia in April 2018. When Camilla cut her trip down under short, Clarence House released the following statement: “The Duchess does not like flying but I think she has to sometimes embrace that fear.” From England, flights to Japan can take up to 20 hours. Instead of going to Japan, one of the hardest-working royals has a number of engagements lined up to keep herself busy while Charles is away. This week, the Duchess of Cornwall will open the new Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases and Brownsword Therapies Centre at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH) on Tuesday. Later in the week, Camilla will attend a tea reception in London. Clarence House announced the engagement on Instagram, writing: “The Prince of Wales will visit Japan on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen to attend the Ceremony of Enthronement of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito. “The visit will take place from 22 to 23 October and will include a day of engagements in Tokyo to celebrate British-Japanese connections.” Royal news: Prince Charles ‘deeply worried about Camilla’. Shocking times for the couple. Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have been married since 2005, but their relationship spans decades before they made it official. The pair had dated in the 1970s, before Camilla broke things off to marry Andrew Parker Bowles. Charles famously then went on to marry Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Though talk of the couple’s affairs plagued them over the years, they remained close, and when Charles’ then ex wife, Princess Diana died after a car crash in Paris in 1997, it was Camilla who the Prince turned to for comfort. And it was this reliance on Camilla by Charles, during a time that was “an appalling period”, that was something which worried the heir to the throne a great deal. Writing in her biography The Duchess, royal expert Penny Junor said the media was desperate to talk to Camilla at that time, and she was terrified the public would blame Charles for Diana’s death. Penny wrote of Julia Cleverdon, who worked for Charles for more than 30 years, and who described what life was like for Charles and Camilla in the aftermath of Diana’s death. She said: “That must have been an appalling period for her, and I thought she was courageous and humble and decent. “He was in agony about it – he really, really was. “And the fact that she was prepared to go through all this for him, I think, illustrates what an incredibly strong relationship and partnership they’ve had. “Knowing a bit about it at that time, when we ever talked about it, he was in genuine agony about what she was putting up with.” The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall may well be one of the royal family’s most enduring love stories. After meeting in the 1970s and marrying other people, the couple finally tied the knot in April 2005 – despite divorcing their previous partner years earlier. The Queen gave her official permission for their marriage in February of that same year. In a short statement, she said: “The Duke of Edinburgh and I are very happy that the Prince of Wales and Mrs Parker Bowles are to marry. We have given them our warmest good wishes for their future together.”

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    Pam Mielnik

    She is a busy Royal and always has an engagement to attend, a lot are close to her heart. I wasn't a fan years ago but both are proving to be a good match and work well together. They are united and she will be a great help when Charles ascents the throne.

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    Donna Gales

    I can not stand Carmella she will never be liked I don't know why she even shows her face she has no shame I'm glad I will never have to bow to her

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    Callem Taurerewa

    In an alternative reality he would have married her in the first place. The blame lies almost solely with the Queen Mother

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