It has been more than 40 years since Charles and Diana married. The couple lived a real torment for 15 years until their divorce was finalized in 1992.
Authors have written everything about them, but now a new revelation about the couple’s intimacy has come to light. The book “The King: The Life of Charles III”, which went on sale on November 8, 2022, details shocking moments of the couple’s marital life.
Charles III: “I could be gay”, this is how he would have confessed to Princess Diana
The book, written by Christopher Andersen, exposes the words the then Prince of Wales would say to his wife to avoid having sex with her. The author exposes that Charles “unilaterally ceased sexual relations with his wife” in 1984, this happened after the birth of Prince Harry.
By that time, the marriage was going through a severe crisis initiated mainly by the affair of Elizabeth II’s son with his mistress Camilla Parker.
“The princess would hurl epithets and mock her husband’s obsession with Camilla, whom she considered a bland,” revealed a former valet to the then-couple.
The employee also highlighted that the two frequently argued.
It details that the princess used to chase her husband around Highgrove House, the residence they shared. The aide revealed that Diana would go “chasing her husband literally up and down the corridors, up and down the stairs, going from room to room.”
“Why don’t you sleep with me,” Diana allegedly complained to Charles. He reportedly had a scathing and uncomfortable response, “I don’t know, dear. I think I might be gay.”
The book also exposes another terrible fight between the couple. In that Charles reminded his wife of his position as heir to the throne to which Diana replied that their son William would be the true heir to the monarchy.
“Do you know who I am?” he asked Diana. To which she replied, shouting: “You will never be king! William will succeed your mother. I will see to it that it is so.”
The fights between the two were so loud that most employees were worried that they would someday end badly since the residence they shared was full of weapons.
“The detectives in charge of protecting members of the royal family were deeply concerned that ‘in the heat of the moment’ either of them might use them (the guns), either to commit suicide, homicide or both.”