Charles III: Lady Di considered less than an object adored by the king? The surprising revelation...

On November 8, a biography on the new king of England will shake the crown. And for good reason, the author details the obsessions and vices of the monarch who, failing to pamper his wife Lady Di, paid particular attention to a teddy bear...

  Charles III: Lady Di less well regarded than'un objet adoré du roi ? La révélation surprenante...

If the British crown thought it could breathe while waiting for the publication of the dreaded memoirs of the prince Harry , which should also point the tip of their nose on January 10, 2023, she was somewhat mistaken. In effect, on November 8, author Christopher Andersen will reveal The King: The Life of Charles III , a brand new biography about the new king of england , Charles III. And the promise of this book is enough to make the royal family cringe since it promises to shed light on many aspects of the life of the son of the late reine Elisabeth II . Starting with his little quirks, his quirks and his obsessions. This is what, you can imagine, is likely to cause a lot of ink to flow...

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L'adoration de Charles III pour... son ours en cuddly!

Christopher Andersen recently explained that, in his book, he explained how Charles III had made every effort to offer a life of luxury to his childhood stuffed animal. Information that he was able to put down on paper thanks to the precious testimony of Michael Fawcett, the former valet of the one who will be crowned king on May 6, 2023. The one who was notably responsible for ironing his laces, undoing his bed every evenings, to prepare his pajamas every evening or to help him put on his pants indeed said that he had above all a mission of the utmost importance: take care of prince charles comforter . A plush to which he held like the apple of his eye and that only the king's former nanny, Mabel Anderson, could touch. According to a former valet, she was even 'the only human being allowed to use a needle and thread on Prince Charles' teddy bear' .

Moreover, in his book, the biographer tells how, each time the teddy bear had to be sewn up, the nanny in question had come out of retirement to make the necessary repairs. 'He was in his early 40s, and every time that teddy bear needed fixing, it looked like it was his own child undergoing major surgery.' , he then explains.



Charles III more attached to his stuffed animal than Lady Di?

In his book to be published in a few days, Michael Fawcett also recounts in detail the underside of the chaotic marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Di. And he doesn't hesitate to imply that the father of Princes William and Harry considered the stuffed animal more than his own wife at the time, the Princess of Hearts, Lady Diana .

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Indeed, according to several former valets, the new king could have many outbursts of anger , against his staff, but also his wife. Ken Stronach, a former valet who was notably responsible for cleaning the prince's underwear daily by hand and tucking in his bed (and therefore that of his teddy bear…), told the author of having seen the monarch – who will celebrate his 74 years old on November 14 - in the middle of an argument with Diana on several occasions. And have seen it once throw a heavy wooden toe-clip in the direction of the young woman , narrowly missing his head. Something he would never have allowed himself towards the teddy bear…

Source journaldesfemmes.fr