Queen Consort Camilla has not ‘expectations’ of love or adoration from the Royal Family because she reportedly considers herself a ‘stable influence’ for King Charles III.
This insight has been shared by former secretary of state David Mellor, in a candid interview with GB News.
He was quoted telling the outlet, “Becauseh//theodysseynews.com/winter-cocktails-because-nobody-wants-to-weather/ I’ve always had a soft corner for her and she’s always been on occasions that we meet, very kind and she’s cultured as he is.”
“And she loves music and all the rest of it, but you know because she’s a very decent person and she had no expectations of being loved.”
“And there was no sense of flouncing around like a Hollywood actress, we’re not going to mention any names, of course, she has won the affection of British people, well done her.”
“She’s very relaxed, very informal and I think this is going to be the making or the breaking of her because it was either going to be a totally destructive experience or it was going to be a new dimension.”
“And I think it’s not any good for her, the way that she is received, as a kind and decent woman but also I think he has needed a lot of picking up and polishing.”
When asked about Camilla’s impact on Prince Charles, Mr Mellor claimed, “One has the impression that it has been good for him too, to have a stable influence by his side.”
She is the love of Charles’s life, his confidante since they were young and his wife of 17 years. And now, she is his Queen Consort.
The public has got used to seeing Camilla by her husband’s side at key national and international events and celebrations, but as she has admitted, it has been far from easy.
Few women have been as publicly vilified as Camilla Parker Bowles. She was “the other woman” in the marriage break-up of the century, endlessly compared to Diana, Princess of Wales.
In choosing Charles, she upended her life. For years she was hounded by the press, her character and appearance relentlessly attacked. But she weathered the storm and gradually cemented her position as the most senior female member of the Royal Family.