ROYAL REVEAL Princess Diana was ‘prescribed Valium’ on honeymoon with Prince Charles and both underwent therapy, new book claims A new book, Prince Charles: The Passions And Paradoxes Of An Improbable Life, claims to lay bare more truths behind the ill-fated royal coupling. A Shocking new book claims that Princess Diana was prescribed Valium on her honeymoon with Prince Charles, after her mental state became increasingly unstable. Diana, who was just 19 when she met Charles, was left tormented by the thought that her would-be Prince Charming was in love with another woman. A new book, Prince Charles: The Passions And Paradoxes Of An Improbable Life, claims to lay bare more truths behind the ill-fated royal coupling – which sent both of them into therapy. Diana previou
Prince Charles warning as American vows to reclaim Brit throne when Queen dies A US lad has vowed to reclaim his “rightful” Brit throne in a shocking challenge to Prince Charles when the Queen dies. Allan Evans has taken out a large newspaper advert to declare he is the rightful future UK kingdom. The Colorado-based bloke posted the two-column advert in today's Times newspaper to declare his claim to the throne. He declares that in 30 days he is going to claim his historic Royal estate, all lands, assets and titles including the "Royal Title and Crown of Wales". Allan is, according to himself, the descendant of the first King of Wales. His long and glorious lineage is set out in detail in his closely-printed advert. He declares: "Allan V. Evans... is a direct descendant of an unbro
We've tolerated his outspoken views for years, but as he nears the throne Charles is pontificating on such explosive political subjects that I tremble for the Monarchy's future, says STEPHEN GLOVER For many years, Prince Charles has unburdened himself of his views on architecture, homeopathy, organic farming, climate change and a dozen other subjects that engage his lively and fertile mind. The heir to the throne has famously pestered government ministers with his ‘black spider memos’ — so described because of the spidery, hand-written notes which he attaches to these typed letters — exhorting them to action on mostly minor matters. His public interventions can be infuriating, or somewhat cheering. Indeed, it is possible at times to find oneself in complete agreement with him, but at
Wills next in line? More than half of Britain wants Prince William to succeed the Queen Prince William is the Royal family member that most British members of the public would like to succeed the Queen as monarch, a new survey claims. The 34-year-old is even more popular than heir to the throne Prince Charles, it has been claimed. A survey published today by Opinium Research’s ‘Monarchy Tracker’ also shows that just one in five British people want the country to become a republic giving a boost to the house of Windsor. Much of the monarchy’s popularity appears to be tied to the public approval for the Queen. One thing we can probably guarantee is that the public fascination with the Royal Family will continue as we anticipate births, engagements and further family drama Ja
Prince William, whose full name is William Arthur Philip Louis Mountbatten-Windsor is the elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales. He is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, and second in the line of succession to the British throne. William obtained a degree from the University of St Andrews. He spent parts of a gap year in Chile, Belize, and some parts of Africa. In December 2006, he completed 44 weeks of training as an officer cadet and was commissioned in the Blues and Royals regiment. In April 2008, he qualified as a pilot (earning his wings) by completing pilot training at Royal Air Force College Cranwell. Prince William is married to Catherine Middleton since 2011 and has two kids viz. Prince George & Princess Charlotte. Watch the documentar...