Camilla Parker Bowles would have attempted to sabotage Kate Middleton's marriage with William. He would have considered her dull and unsuitable
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Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Charles' second wife, allegedly attempted to destroy the relationship between William and Kate Middleton prior to their marriage on April 29, 2011.
The indiscretion, reports the Daily Mail, emerged from the book Game of Crowns: Christopher Anderson's Elizabeth, Camilla, Kate, and the Throne. The text is actually 2016, but some details have recently been taken up online.
At the time of Will's engagement with Lady Middleton, Camilla would have labeled Kate as: "Cute but a little dull". The Duchess of Cornwall apparently did not appreciate her bourgeois origins and found it scandalous that the future King of England married the descendant from a family of miners. In short, it was inconceivable that the daughter of a former pilot and a former hostess entered the Court.
Also according to Anderson, Camilla pressed William to leave Kate and this was the main reason why the two went into crisis and separated, only to reconsider and announce the engagement and the subsequent marriage.
A friend of the Bowles in the book declares that she is a snob and that she comes from a family that has always been used to attending the Court. Therefore, in his eyes Kate was not enough for William. The text also states that the Duchess of Cornwall feared being overshadowed by Lady Middleton, after she had spent more than 30 years to be accepted by Queen Elizabeth.
The author claims that Camilla was consumed with jealousy, because she knew that she would be eclipsed by "a beautiful young woman like Kate Middleton".
Because of this hatred, William and Kate moved to their Norfolk estate after the wedding and preferred to spend their first Christmas as a married girl from her family instead of Sandringham with her Queen and relatives. This isolation of the Dukes of Cambridge allowed Carole Middleton, Kate's mother, to take control of the situation especially after the birth of little George. Carlo felt excluded and began to feel a real aversion to the consuocera, to the point that even the other members of the Court began to avoid it.
Naturally, sources close to the Palace deny these rumors and affirm that the relations between Kate and Camilla are excellent. In public they always appear in perfect harmony, even though rumors about the disagreements between the two women have circulated several times. In fact, Camilla seems to be getting along better with Meghan Markle, Harry's wife. Maybe because she doesn't represent a danger.