Camilla’s mafia thug moves are remembered by Princess Diana in a surprising note

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Camilla Duchess Cornwall made a “mafia thug move”According to a prominent royal journalist, she made the comment to Princess Diana after her engagement to Prince Charles.

A selection of footage from CNN’s new series “Diana”Bidisha Mamata, a writer and broadcaster, details an “unbelievable”Camilla took immediate action after learning about the plans of the royal couple.

She says: “Camilla Parker Bowles left Diana a note saying ‘Such exciting news. I would love to see the engagement rings.”

Ms Mamata says that the message seemed like a “power move”, likening it to the underhand tactics of the lead characters in the 2004 chick flick Mean Girls.



The note to Diana read: "Such exciting news. Love to see the engagement ring."
The note to Diana said: “Such exciting news. Love to see the engagement ring.”

Jennie Bond, a former BBC royal correspondent, said that the devilish letter revealed the fractures in Charles and Diana’s marriage.

Ms Bond said that: “In Diana’s own words, she told me any marriage Prince Charles might have made could never be as strong as the relationship he had with Camilla.

“And that’s what she was battling with from the outset.”

Diana and the Prince of Wales had been dating for six months before he proposed to Diana in Windsor Castle’s nursery on 3 February 1981.



Charles and Diana were only dating for about six months before he proposed
Charles and Diana had only been together for six months before he proposed to Diana.

They announced their nuptials at an exclusive interview on the 24th of February 1981.

Charles’s long-standing connection to Camilla dates back to ten years prior, when they first met at Windsor Great Park’s 1970 polo match.

After six months of their first encounter, they fell in love but broke up when Charles joined the Royal Navy.

Andrew Parker Bowles was engaged to her when he returned. Charles and Diana were still married at the time they began to rekindle their relationship in 1986.



Charles and Camilla had a long on-off romance before they finally tied the knot in 2005
Charles and Camilla had a long, on-going romance before they finally tied their knot in 2005.

An audio tape with Andrew Morton records Diana recalling storming up to the couple at party in 1989, where she said:

“I know what’s going on between you and Charles, and I just want you to know that.”

Five years after Diana tragically died in a Paris car accident, the popular royal couple would divorce in 1992.

Prince Charles and Camilla Bowles tied the knot in a civil ceremony held at Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005.

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