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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureRoyalty · 1 month ago

Do Prince Charles & Camilla deny that they were having an affair whilst both were still married to their first spouses ?

Do they publicly deny it, even though we know that they were definitely having a sexual affair whilst both were married to their first spouses because of the existence of the infamous Camillagate tape. 

In 1989, before either had an official separation, much less a divorce, from their first spouses, the pair were secretly recorded by a ham radio operator whilst they were talking about having sex over the phone. It became known as the Camillagate tape and was published in the media. 

It is also known that their first spouses had their own extramarital affairs (it has been argued that Charles’ first wife may never have sought love outside of marriage if Charles had not been involved with Camilla). This is not the point of the question. I am wondering if Charles and Camilla publicly deny that they had their own extramarital affair?

Update:

@Anonymous: Charles’ marriage was not over when he was having the affair with Camilla. He and his first wife did not separate until 1992. They divorced in 1996. His marriage involved Camilla from an early stage according to well-researched sources (a simple internet search will verify this). 

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  • 1 month ago
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    The anon answer is lying, Charles had an affair before Diana ever did. Charles had an affair before the marriage with Diana was over. How can you have an affair If the marriage is over? Lying idiot anon troll. Gosh why are Prince Charles apologists only here and nowhere else... Charles is the cad, not Diana.

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  • Edna
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    4 weeks ago

    You want to blame everything that went wrong in Charles and Diana's marriage on Charles and Camilla. You seem to be forgetting that Diana had at least three lovers of her own while she and Charles were still married and living together as man and wife. It sure didn't help matters any that Diana was willing to hop into bed with just about any man who came down the pike. Have you forgotten about Diana's "Squidgy" recorded telephone conversation with one of her lovers?

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  • 1 month ago

    No Charles Boasted to Diana about it

    he was overheard saying to Diana do you want me to be the only Prince of wales Not to have a Mistress

    there is Proof he phoned the Royal dog whilst he was on his Honeymoon with Diana

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If you don't know now troll, you never will.

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  • Clo
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    1 month ago

    You already know the answer. Your obsession with posting the SAME questions repeatedly reflects very poorly on you. You are only posting these questions in order to portray Charles and Camilla in a negative light.

    Both Diana and Charles publicly admitted to having affairs.

    Camila does not publicly speak about the affair.

    During the blessing ceremony of their marriage, both Charles and Camilla repented for their sins.

    Both Charles, Camilla, Diana, and James Gilbey had phone conversations recorded, the incidents known as Squidygate and Camillagate.

    Several books covered the affairs:

    The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown

    Diana: Her True Story by Andrew Morton

    Diana: In Search of Herself by Sally Bedell Smith

    Diana by Sarah Bradford

    Ever After: Diana and the Life She Led by Anne Edwards

    The Fall of the House of Windsor by by Nigel Blundell and Susan Blackhall

     Prince of Wales: A Biography by Jonathan Dimbleby

    Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life by Sally Bedell Smith

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    So what? Their spouses were having affairs too.

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  • Rico
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    1 month ago

    Charles publicly admitted it in 1995, after his Ex wife Diana said 'There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.' in her 1995 panorama interview.  The fact that everyone knew about the various extramarital affairs of the Prince and Princess of Wales, and Mr & (as she was) Mrs Parker Bowles Is irrelevant now, one of them is dead, one of them is a widower (after his second marriage) and the other two are now married legally to each other according to the rules that apply to the heir to the throne. 

    Both Charles and Camilla acknowledged publicly that they were having an affair while married to other people and prayed the prayer of contrition as prescribed by the Church of England’s Book of Common Prayer, during the blessing ceremony after their wedding in 2005

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    They don't deny they were having an affair, but as far as details go I expect they have said all they are going to (or need to) on something that happened thirty years ago.

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  • 1 month ago

    Why drag all of this up over and over again?    Prince Charles admitted he had an affair with Camilla whilst still married but not until the marriage was over in all but the paperwork.   Being separated and then divorced doesn't mean the marriage wasn't over long before then!!   It clearly was.

    Diana admitted she had affairs during the marriage, but again after it had all gone pear-shaped.

    Why rake over old coals?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No, they do not deny it. They have acknowledged they had an affair when Charles's marriage was on the rocks and Diana was also starting her string of affairs - which we know about because of the infamous Squidgygate tape recorded pre-1990 (a simple internet search will verify this). Anything else is speculation in which internet trolls like to indulge, but that doesn't make it true.

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