Has Queen Elizabeth ordered Prince Charles to divorce his spouse, Camilla Parker Bowles? That’s the outrageous claim being made in one of this week’s celebrity magazines. Gossip Cop has regarded into it, and there’s no fact in any way to the wild record. According to the Globe, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have “secretly filed divorce papers,” and it’s
because the queen “ordered it” for the reason that she “needs all circle of relatives scandals resolved earlier than she dies.” The grocery store tabloid even maintains it has a “palace supply” who relates, “Elizabeth instructed her son, ‘It’s over!’ and ordered him to divorce ‘that sharp-tongued shrew.’” But Bowles “gained’t go quietly,” provides the apparently made-up tipster. The so-referred to as “source” contends the Duchess of Cornwall is “annoying all the divorce info be made public” because she wishes “the arena to recognize exactly what went on in the back of closed palace doorways.” The quite creative or likely make-consider leaker alleges a “panic-bothered” and “nearly suicidal” Prince Charles is “begging the courtroom to hold the lawsuits private to keep away from greater embarrassment surprising scandal and embarrassment.” “This may want to bring down the monarchy,” dramatically proclaims the nearly veritably synthetic insider. The habitually discredited tabloid, in addition, asserts that “in keeping with mystery documents,” Bowles wants a divorce agreement of $213 million. It is going on to say that in her court docket petition, “Camilla is citing ‘unreasonable behavior,’ and Charles is terrified she’ll spill her guts and bare all his dirty secrets and techniques.” After the purported “insider” notes how Bowles “is aware of wherein all of the bodies are buried,” the questionable “supply” then makes a slew of allegations that Gossip Cop gained’t repeat due to the fact the magazine can’t show any of them, and a number of that are crook in nature. Following the litany of eyebrow-elevating claims, the guide states, “Any of that proof might be sufficient to provide the divorce.” To recap, Bowles is “bringing up ‘unreasonable behavior’” in her divorce filing, and she supposedly has plenty of dust on Prince Charles, if he doesn’t pony up the $213 million. Astoundingly, inside the midst of all of that, the outlet seems to have forgotten that it’s premise isn’t that the Duchess of Cornwall initiated the divorce, however rather that Queen Elizabeth “ordered” it. Whoops. Also, if Her Majesty would love the royal own family’s “sandals resolved before she dies,” why might she order Prince Charles to divorce Bowles, as a way to incite the duchess “reveal all the skeletons within the royal closets”? It doesn’t even make sense. In addition to that sloppiness, there’s so much more that’s disputable. For instance, no “palace supply” could refer informally to Her Majesty as simply “Elizabeth” or the Prince of Wales as really “Charles.” More incredibly, the frequently disproven e-book would really like its readers to trust it’s the most effective outlet within the global to have obtained those “mystery documents” and found out about the royal divorce. Of course, in case you agree with any of that, Gossip Cop would really like to additionally sell you the London Bridge. Still, Gossip Cop truth-exams every story, and at the same time as our source turned into unable to comment on the report, that person’s laughter essentially informed us the whole thing we needed to recognize approximately whether or not or now not Queen Elizabeth “ordered” Prince Charles to divorce Bowles. Almost as comical as its story is the tabloid’s timing. Far from separating, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have been simply photographed together on a seaside in Barbados throughout their 12-day ride to the Caribbean. Actually, inside the queen’s toast to Prince Charles on his seventieth birthday in November, made a factor of highlighting their marriage and partnership. After calling her son a “reputable inheritor to the throne” and “a super father,” Her Majesty pretty deliberately protected, “Most of all, sustained by his spouse Camilla, he’s his personal guy, passionate and creative.” Those are hardly the words of someone who’s “ordered” a divorce.
Lastly, the publication’s track document with regards to the royals is terrible. Just closing month, as an instance, Gossip Cop busted the grocery store tabloid whilst it absurdly claimed Bowles got drunk and attacked Queen Elizabeth. It’s additionally the equal outlet that photoshopped pix for any other cover tale that untruthfully alleged Queen Elizabeth collapsed whilst listening to Prince Philip had most cancers, a rivalry that’s by no means been confirmed by using any reputable media corporation. That phony narrative ought to have sold nicely for the mag because four months later it further suggested Queen Elizabeth collapsed after Meghan Markle commenced a royal struggle over Christmas. That bogus story no longer only featured greater photoshopped pics, but it was additionally written and on newsstands in advance of Christmas. Interestingly, within the new article it’s pointed out how the Duke of Wales “fears” he’ll “never be king” if Bowles exposes him, but 3 months ago the tabloid’s cowl story swore up and down that Prince William had seized the throne after accusing Prince Charles of murder. Also, while the mag’s contemporary piece rattles off some of the intended scandals, it neglects to carry up how just a few weeks ago Prince Charles disowned Prince Harry after DNA checking out confirmed he’s now not his actual father. Of route, now not one of these stories had been proper, and neither is the new one. It appears the Globe favors fiction over information in relation to the royal own family.