King Charles III Y Camilla Parker find themselves in the spotlight again, as it was recently revealed that they do not sleep together and they live in separate houses Why does this happen? doThere are problems in your marriage? A close source revealed the reason that led them to make this decision.
Almost all of us know the love story between Carlos and Stretcheror at least we know it started when he back then Prince of Wales I was with Lady Di. Almost 8 years after Diana’s death, the couple married with the permission of the Queen isabel II. Since then, they have been officially together and are now the leading figures representing British royalty.
However, his life is not rosy, because despite the fact that they have a large residence where they can choose the place to have their private space, the royal couple chose because each had his own house and his own bed.
It should be noted that this decision generated more controversy in the reign of Carlos III, since it problems in your relationship.
Why do King Carlos III and Camilla live in different houses?
It seems that Camilla Parker and King Carlos III have separate homes since they were married in April 2005 and this decision has nothing to do with any problem of coexistence or personal difference, but with something that was agreed for the good of both.
Why don’t King Charles II and Camilla sleep together?
For example, in these last days when both attended the events for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the couple ended up exhausted and King Charles, 73, announced last September 16 that he would take a day of private reflection in amid national mourning for his mother, Queen Elizabeth, who died on September 8.
Camilla, however, must not accompany him, so the 75-year-old queen consort went to Ray Mill Housethe six-bedroom mansion she bought in 1996, after separating from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles. It was in this place that Camilla spent the night.
“They are a very close couple, so this has nothing to do with the tensions between them. (…) Camilla has her own room at Highgrove (home of King Charles II), but she rarely stays there. When they are out in the country, she prefers to be at Ray Mill House, where she is not only close to her family, but she also maintains her stables. That’s how things have always been with them,” a source close to The Post told The Post.
Basically, King Carlos III and Camilla have separate houses because they carry out various activities together and each one wants to have their space, so that at the end of the day they can relax and calm down: “the two have undertaken an incredibly exhausting program that would impact to anyone, let alone people in their 70s. So it’s no wonder that when they have 24 hours to spare, they both go to places where they could kick off their shoes and relax,” the royal expert said. Joshua Roman to the aforementioned medium.