King Charles and Camilla ‘burst into tears’ after angry backlash from public

King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla both "burst into tears" on their wedding day due to fears over the public reaction to their marriage, according to a royal author.

The claim has been made by Angela Levin after she was told the story by a close aide of the couple.

Ms Levin has also recalled how Camilla was once perceived as a "hideous woman" by many Brits and even had things thrown at her as a response to Charles' messy divorce from his first wife – the late Princess Diana.

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Discussing the revelations in her new book, Camilla: from outcast to future Queen Consort, the royal commentator told GB News: "I don’t think many women could have gone through what she went through. From a very happy home, loads of friends, no necessary aims because she had lots of money and then to be vilified, called the most hideous woman.

“That was at a time when she was with King Charles but she had no protection because they weren’t engaged or married. People would be crowding around her if she went to the supermarket, throwing things at her. People would be outside her house – absolutely hideous but she survived it and the survival is very interesting."

Divulging what she had been told about the couple's wedding day in 2005, meanwhile, Ms Levin added: "After the ceremony they walked up the stairs in Windsor and both burst into tears. I have that from one of their most popular aides.

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"I thought to myself, there was so much tension. Camilla was very scared no one would turn up to the wedding because they had a normal wedding, not a church wedding.

"She refused to get out of bed on the morning of the wedding day. She just couldn’t cope.

"She is a woman who can cope and this was too much. To see both of them really weak, it must have been really moving."

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