Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September of last year, King Charles II and Queen Camilla’s lives underwent significant adjustment.
The couple is still a human being just like the rest of us, despite the fact that their royal responsibilities have changed considerably since they were crowned king and queen and they now have to accept more important engagements.
They must still make time for one another despite their daily schedules, which include everything from breakfast to dinner.
Indeed, King Charles and Queen Camilla have endured through the years. What then is the true formula for their relationship? A royal insider claims that the bedroom may hold the key to finding the solution.
The romance between King Charles and Camilla is something different. While some contend that it is among the most beautiful, others assert that the scandals have left a permanent stain on it.
They were connected by a mutual friend, Lucia Santa Cruz, the daughter of the Chilean ambassador, and first met during a polo match in 1972.
When Charles departed to join the Royal Navy, the couple’s relationship came to an end. When he came back, Camilla had become involved and was engaged to Andrew Parker Bowles.
Most of us have a relaxing evening after dinner, either watching television and our favourite show or reading a book.
King Charles still has a lot of the day ahead of him. He occasionally works a lot longer hours at his desk or has evening public appearances.
Even though the king and queen may not spend much time together, there seems to be one “secret” that has been the secret to their long-lasting union. And it’s all about how they have their bedrooms set up.
King Charles and Queen Camilla do not share a bed, as the Daily Mail has claimed. not even in the same room, in fact.
Their London home, Clarance House, has three bedrooms, according to a Daily Mail source.
“[His Royal Highness] has a room with a double bed, decorated to his own taste, then Camilla has her own room with a double bed, decorated just the way she likes it,” the insider claimed. Additionally, they get access to a common bedroom with a double bed whenever they choose. They are ideal for the arrangement.
King Charles and Queen Camilla have resided at Clarence House ever since their wedding in 2005. The keys to Buckingham Palace are now theirs to occupy. It’s not certain, though, whether they will ever move there like Queen Elizabeth did.
Every summer, Clarence House is accessible to guests for one month. The “secret” sleeping arrangement, however, has been kept out the sight of visitors because their beds are off limits to them.
So why do the King and Queen even sleep in distinct rooms? The Mirror speculates that it might be the king’s health. The monarch has suffered back issues for a long time. It makes it simpler for him to deal for him to sleep alone.