The 1981 wedding of Diana and Charles was quickly called a fairy tale, but within a few years, the couple became very upset. Both the Prince of Wales and the princess turned to extramarital affairs to get rid of the pain of marriage. However, it was not until Diana and Charles announced their separation in 1992 and officially divorced in 1996 that the public did not realize how their relationship had deteriorated.
Netflix’s fictional series “The Crown” will release its latest series next month, and royal fans are excitedly looking forward to a dramatic retelling of the couple’s failed love story.
However, if they meet under different circumstances, their well-known consequences may be completely different.
Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of the magazine under je, explained: “If Charles and Diana met after marrying someone else, it might work.
“Because there is indeed magic there, but she is too young, and he is too young emotionally.”
“He has never met someone as harsh as Diana.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles took a group photo in 1985
The 1981 wedding of Diana and Charles is considered a fairy tale event
“She is basically insecure, so much so that she always needs love and care, and his role prevents him from giving her.”
The Princess of Wales used to struggle with a tenacious upper lip mentality, which was embedded in the royal family and would break the agreement by confiding her heart to the public.
But when Lady Diana Spencer started dating Charles at the age of 19, she was considered his ideal choice.
His uncle Lord Mountbatten (Lord Mountbatten) has been urging Charles to choose a virgin of blue blood, who is an Anglican and will be the “source of inspiration” for her husband.
Diana is indeed a virgin in an aristocratic family, and the aristocratic family has always maintained close contact with members of the royal family-it is obvious that the two have been connected from the beginning.
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Diana and Charles on their honeymoon
Howard Hodgson explained in his book “Charles-The Man Who Will Be the King” that Diana seemed to understand him so well at first.
Mr. Hodgson explained: “When Diana was sitting in front of him talking about his uncle, [late Lord Mountbatten] As well as her feelings about the prince’s pain, there is no doubt that Charles immediately saw that this is another ideal example of Mountbatten bride-may become the soul mate he has been rejected so far. “
Ms. Seward said in the 2002 documentary “Queen: An Extraordinary Life” that the Queen initially had the “highest hope” for the Princess of Wales, and particularly liked how Diana became a “personal mother”. “.
Mr. Seward explained that when the Welsh marriage began to fall apart, the monarch was particularly damaged.
The royal writer said that the Queen’s mother had comforted her and told her: “My dear, you are not wrong. This is a different era. It is difficult for children to bring people from outside into this rigid world. Royalties.”
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Romantic timeline of Charles and Diana’s relationship
Diane’s relationship with Charles quickly fell apart
Since then, many people have pointed out that Diana was very young when she first joined the Royal Front. This shocked her system and made it the focus of global attention-another reason is that if they met in old age Their relationship may be working.
In addition, it is believed that Charles’ love for former flame Camilla Parker Bowles cast a shadow over most of their marriages, especially when they returned to love in 1986.
After the divorce, the Prince of Wales and the princess also showed that they have a natural affinity for each other.
Mr. Hodgson explained that their relationship was “steadily improving” and Charles adopted the practice of “falling into Kensington Palace to drink tea from time to time”.
After Diana and Charles officially divorced, their relationship became more cordial
He added: “On such an occasion, he reminded her of her thigh, which made her so happy that she still told her friends a few days later.”
Charles even invited her to accompany him to Hong Kong. Before her unfortunate death in 1997, she had seriously considered it.
Howard Hodgson’s “Charles-Who Will Be the King”, published in 2007 by John Blake, is available here.