As you already know, before his current marriage with Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Charles was married to the late Princess Diana. You probably also know that their marriage was not that successful, and now, years later, a royal expert, an unauthorised biographer Kitty Kelly has finally revealed why it was so.
After they got married 29 July 1981, this royal couple spent their honeymoon sailing the Mediterranean aboard the royal yacht Britannia, and then they moved on to visit Scotland. It all sounds dreamy; however, it seems that Prince Charles had had somewhat different honeymoon plans. According to Kelly, “he packed fishing tackle, a book on parapsychology, and five scholarly books.”
Furthermore, we find out that “Unless spoken to, he said nothing, just looked straight ahead. Bit difficult at times to look straight ahead with the Princess of Wales dashing about in her nightgowns. I remember her coming out of the royal suite one afternoon in a filmy white negligee with a pink satin bow at the bosom, which was untied and open.
She was trying to lure the Prince away from his books. Chulls,’ she said in a sexy singsong, ‘come here and do your duty.’ He was reading in a deckchair and she wanted him to go inside and produce an heir. I was standing guard a few feet away and looked straight ahead. She giggled when she realised I had heard her, but she was unembarrassed. She just kept teasing Charles to go to bed with her. She teased him a lot.”
With this in mind, we have to admit that it’s a bit clearer why it never worked out for Prince Charles and Lady Diana.