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Royal Car attack: Latest on Camilla and Prince Charles story

13 December 2010 No Comment

Camilla hit by Protester’s stick during Royal car attack

A serious post today. Mr and Mrs Wales reported last week on the story that Prince Charles and Camilla were attacked by student protesters whilst in their car en route to the London Palladium.

It’s been officially announced today that Camilla, Prince Charles’s wife was actually hit by thugs masquerading as University fee protesters. It is thought that either when the glass in the window of the Royal Rolls Royce was shattered, she was hit by a stick the yobs were brandishing, or she was hit through an open window.

Either way, possibly more upsetting for the Royal couple were the shouts from Protesters of “off with their heads”. It’s pretty commendable that they went about their Royal engagements immediately after the attack. Many a weaker woman would have pulled out, Camilla meanwhile sipped on a stiff drink. Any excuse, eh Cam?

There’s actually a bit of a silver lining to the whole thing. In a photo by the Sun newspaper, Prince Charles was seen to be grasping Camilla’s hand in order to comfort her. Rather romantic, I think. It goes to show that Prince Charles has grown beyond the whole “whatever love is” comment that he made during he and Diana’s royal engagement interview.  Fingers crossed, he’s a nicer and more romantic husband to Camilla than he reportedly was to Di.

The BBC reports further on the student fee protester attack in the article here – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11978954

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