Sarah Ferguson’s Confession Puts King Charles And Camilla, Queen Consort, In An Embarrassing Situation

Even though King Charles III is being crowned, his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort, has chosen to use the big day to bring a lot of attention to her side of the family.

The woman, who used to be King Charles’ lover, wants to make a big change to the rules by taking away the royals and Duchesses’ ability to do the most important part of the naming process.

She has instead asked her five grandkids to fill this important job. Camilla, the Queen Consort, has chosen that her ex-husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, will be in the spotlight on the most important day of King Charles’s life.

Sarah Ferguson is not allowed to go to the coronation because she is separated from his shamed brother, Prince Andrew. However, Queen Camilla is not affected by this rule.

The Times said, “Being divorced, I don’t think you can have it both ways.” This is what the Duchess of York said last week when she explained why she wasn’t asked to the May 6 crowning.

One man, on the other hand, can and will do both. Andrew Parker Bowles, Camilla’s ex-husband, will be right in the middle of the crowd at Westminster Abbey to watch his first wife be crowned with King Charles while his grandkids play important parts in the event.

A friend of Parker Bowles told the Daily Mail that he is more than just close to Queen Camilla; in fact, their hips are joined together.

The friend said, “They are joined at the hip. He makes so many plans for her. They spend the whole time eating lunch together. He fits right in. He was and still is Camilla’s partner in crime.”

Friends of Parker Bowles, who cheated on Camilla while they were dating and married, say he is a bit of a rebel and very bad with women, says the news source.

The Duchess of York recently talked to the Independent about how she was left out of the crowning ritual. Sarah Ferguson said that she and Prince Andrew are no longer married, so she doesn’t think she will be asked to any big royal events.

“Well, you can’t have it both ways,” she said. You can’t have one foot in and one foot out of something. Either you’re in or you’re out. But then don’t whine about not being asked to weddings. You made the decision to leave, so now go live and be it. I chose to do it. If I’m going, then I’m going.”

Some people who follow the royal family think that King Charles and his wife are liars because they punish people for breaking rules they don’t follow themselves.