Camilla fury: Duchess wrote ‘rude lipstick message’ on car after cheating discovered

Camilla: Expert on ‘rude’ message to Andrew Parker Bowles

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall let out her rage at her former husband Andrew Parker Bowles by harming his car, royal commentators have claimed. Speaking on Channel 5 documentary, ‘Camilla: Making of a Mistress’, historians and experts discussed the future consort’s early years. They confirmed that Camilla was madly in love with Mr Parker Bowles but was also forced to contend with his party-boy reputation.

Broderick Munro-Wilson, a childhood friend of Camilla, said: “I was certainly witness to the fact that Andrew Parker Bowles was a popular boy, no doubt about it.

“Virtually everybody at one stage or other was joined at the hip with Andrew Parker Bowles.”

Royal biographer Penny Junor added: “There was one occasion that sticks out before they were married.

“When she was walking home one night, she saw Andrew’s car parked outside one of her friend’s flats.”

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The commentator continued: “She knew exactly why it was there.

“So she wrote a very rude message in lipstick on the windscreen.

“And she let the tires down.

“So she wasn’t a complete doormat.”

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Author Ingrid Seward told Channel 5: “He had a string of girls who were all happy to be in his stable if you like.

“She knew his reputation, she knew what he was like.

“But I think she thought that she could tame him.”

Despite their turbulent relationship, the couple became engaged and married in 1973.

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Daily Mail Editor-at-Large Richard Kay claimed Andrew was “forced” into the proposal.

He put this down to a “fear” that the aristocrat could “lose” Camilla to Prince Charles.

The Duchess had been dating Charles in 1972 while Andrew was abroad in Cyprus with his regiment.

When her marriage started to fall apart, Prince Charles and Camilla rekindled their relationship.

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