Claire
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Claire preguntado en TravelMexicoMexicali · hace 2 años

Why was Camilla disinvited from Princess Eugenie’s wedding? Do they not get on?

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    It would have been a conscious decision to stay in Scotland. When you have the RAF at your disposal, it would have been easily possible to pop back to Windsor for half a day. It may have been a personal slight against Princess Eugenie, or it might have been a sign of the reported tensions between herself and Prince Charles.

  • Ann
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    hace 2 años

    Well, the speculation that Princess Diana and the Duchess of York were good friends and she disapproved of Charles' affair with Camilla might have had something to do with it. We'll give her the benefit of the doubt, however, and just go along with the story that she had a previous engagement she couldn't break.

  • Clo
    Lv 7
    hace 2 años

    She was not disinvited. Camilla had a previously scheduled visit to Scotland on the books before Eugenie announced her wedding day. Camilla did not want to disappoint school children who had prepared for her visit. The opening of a sports pavilion also had been scheduled months in advance, a pavilion bearing one of Camilla's husband's titles--Duke of Rothesay-- and Camilla chose to honor her commitments.

    Of course, if Camilla had not met these commitments, there would be trolls saying that she was insulting the school children, not fulfilling her royals duties in order to "party" at the wedding. Camilla just can't win with certain people who are only happy inventing troubles.

  • Anónimo
    hace 2 años

    Camilla was disappointed that the "All you can drink" real ale drinking contest had been cancelled at the knees up after the wedding.

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  • hace 2 años

    So what? There's more important things going on in the world than that.

  • Anónimo
    hace 2 años

    There is a lot that goes on in private, that we, the public, never get to know about! Ive recently read that Camilla and Andrew don't see eye to eye because he did not approve of Charles and Camilla s relationship while Charles was still married to Dianna. Apparantly this is why Camilla is holding a grudge against Andrew. Then Camilla's ex husband had an affair with Princess Anne during the time Camilla was seeing Charles! The plot thickens doesn't it?

    I really do not know what is true or what is not true as there is so much trash printed about them - but I do know that as long as Royalty exists then there will always be rumours and scandals!

  • Anónimo
    hace 2 años

    She wasn't she chose to visit a school in Scotland and I don't blame her.

  • PAMELA
    Lv 7
    hace 2 años

    She was invited, along with charles, but there was an engagement arranged months ago and she chose to attend that.

  • Anónimo
    hace 2 años

    She was there, she doesn't show on photos.

  • Lili
    Lv 7
    hace 2 años

    If Camilla had been "disinvited," Charles would not have attended. It wouldn't have been the first time he'd bailed on a wedding because he didn't like the way Camilla was treated.

    Moreover, "disinvited" means that you were initially invited and then the invitation was rescinded. That would never have happened.

    The royals do understand etiquette:

    Rule #1: Married couples must be invited together.

    Rule #2: An invitation once extended cannot be rescinded -- well, not unless the recipient commits murder, or something equally drastic, and becomes a royal guest in quite another sense.

    Edit: After some thought, I agree that Camilla's absence, as suggested by a couple of other posters, may well have been a way for Charles to communicate his views regarding the relative importance of members of the royal family. His and Andrew's relationship has reportedly been somewhat frosty because of those views, which exclude Andrew's daughters from the ranks of "senior" and important royals and do not assign them any significant royal roles. Charles's absence would have been too obvious a snub; Camilla's may have been intended to send a message, in a rather more subtle manner, regarding who matters and who doesn't.

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