Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage was a very tumultuous, no more than 15 years. Although many believed that the couple had an adventure-like beginning, the truth is that their relationship had shown signs of breaking down since its inception.
While everyone is most interested in learning about Charles & Diana's separate pages that history, in royal family household, Queen Elizabeth's dreams also dream. And when it comes to the couple's failed marriage, she had definitely a thing that worried her most.
Queen Elizabeth Worried Prince William and Prince Harry
Prince William and Prince Harry were only children when their father resumed his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles in 1986 and when their parents eventually divorced in 1995.
With Charles and Diana in Unlike each other for several years, Queen Elizabeth was very worried about their young children who would be caught in the middle of it all.
Andrew Morton, the famous cinema that wrote Diana's narrative book, wrote in his 2011 edition, William and Catherine, that "when Diana discussed the impending separation with the Queen, the boy's grandmother spoke for many, when she told the princess that the grandchild's welfare came first. "
Queen Elizabeth certainly had good reasons why Prince William and Prince Harry should be okay. Princess Diana herself was a child of divorced parents, and she had shared that her childhood was filled with every possible instability. It was even acknowledged that Diana would never part from Prince Charles for this reason.
Prince William and Prince Harry had a rocky relationship with their father
When Prince Charles and Princess Diana divorced in 1992, William and Harry (who were 10 and 8) were old enough to notice that there was something wrong in their household.
Andrew Morton wrote the little Harry who once hit his father and shouted, "I hate you, I hate you, you mummy crying."
William, who was a little older, would try to comfort her mother, but he could. "At least one occasion, he pushed tissue under the door to his mother's bathroom, where Diana had closed down so that the staff – and her children – wouldn't see her crying."
Obviously, the princes had a better relationship with their mother at that time. Charles was known to be a bit of a stoic father – something he probably inherited from generations of dismissed parents in the royal family. Diana, on the other hand, was more open with the boys in her love for them and spent much time being a very practical parent.
Prince Charles's relationship with his children was improved over time
After the divorce and subsequent Princess Diana's death in 1997, Prince Charles gave his children a lot of support and made sure they knew he was always there for them. While Charles may not have been open with his love for his sons, he had his own way of showing that he cared.
Prince Harry once shared, "He left one of two back and he tried to do his best to make sure we were protected and cared for. But you know he also went through the same grief process."
Charles also put his love life with Camilla on hold for a while after Diana's death and spent time with her sons with activities such as fishing and hunting. When the boys were a little older now, it was easier for Charles to relate to them when he reportedly treated them as young adults when they were children.
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