Kate Middleton To Be Queen: Camilla Parker-Bowles Crazed Rants Infuriate Queen Elizabeth – Prince Charles Not Fit For King?

Kate Middleton To Be Queen: Camilla Parker-Bowles Crazed Rants Infuriate Queen Elizabeth – Prince Charles Not Fit For King?

Kate Middleton may be Queen sooner than expected if Camilla Parker-Bowles can’t get her temper under control. The Duchess of Cornwall has apparently can’t stop verbally abusing Prince Charles and it could cost the couple the throne.

If Queen Elizabeth isn’t already infuriated by Camilla’s behavior Her Majesty should be. Is Prince Charles fit to rule with a wife like that by his side?

As Queen Elizabeth nears her 90th birthday speculation increases about whether or not the monarch will step down in favor of Prince William. Royal insiders recently divulged to GLOBE that Duchess Camilla’s drunken rants are becoming worse and worse.

And that makes it less likely Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will ever be crowned King and Queen.

Poor Prince Charles has taken the brunt of Camilla Parker-Bowles verbal abuse if Royal insiders are to be believed. The Duchess of Cornwall supposedly gets raging drunk and screams at the Prince of Wales – once telling the heir-to-the-throne to “grow a pair and demand his birthright” from Queen Elizabeth.

To add insult to injury, Camilla allegedly told Charles she “no use for his manly bits”!

If the Prince of Wales can’t stand up to a drunken Duchess Camilla how in the world can the man be King? There must be some way that Charles’s birthright can be – rescinded? – putting Prince William and Kate Middleton in place as the next King and Queen.

Divorcing Camila Parker-Bowles isn’t an option for the Prince of Wales unless he wants to shell out millions of dollars. Unnamed sources at Buckingham Palace reveal that Prince Charles has considered sending Duchess Camilla off to rehab. But the insiders say Charles is too afraid of Parker-Bowles to let his Royal security detail round Camilla up and drag her off to a long-term inpatient rehabilitation facility.

What is Queen Elizabeth to do? Scrambling to find a way – any way – to ensure that Prince Charles is bypassed and Prince William and Kate Middleton are crowned King and Queen is perhaps the best option. But is that doable? Anything is possible, but not probable. The Duchess of Cambridge may want to participate in a mock coronation just in case!

Let us know what you think in the comments section below and come back to CDL for the latest Royal family news.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles – the lovely couple by FameFlynet – also Princess Diana prior to her divorce.



  • sherri willis

    He’s afraid of ????? If this is true (laughable) then in my common and American opinion (which counts as less than nothing but I’m going to voice it anyway????) Prince Charles doesn’t need to be monarch because of his shrewish, vile wife. LOL ???????????? Sorry, GB citizens.

    • Sigi

      He’s no better than his nasty wife-thingie.

      • Incubus

        -majig?

        • Sigi

          LOL. Yeah, wife-thingie-majig.

          • Incubus

            :-)

    • Incubus

      Nothing “common” about Americans, especially the Southerners – love the South and the people – SO polite!!

      • springforward

        Don’t believe everything you hear. Only SOME Southerners are nice. (I speak as a Southerner myself, so I know.)

  • Christian

    Primetime claptrap written by adolescents who know absolutely nothing about the law of succession in Britain.

    • Sigi

      Law of succession ? I guess that means how many royals can bump each other off ? They’ll need more tunnels I guess, to get things going ? Or, ? No ?

      • Incubus

        Already plenty of tunnels with sturdy pillars between England and France. Just a quick call to the CIA and M16 and you’re good to go!

        • Sigi

          Yes, no doubt at all.
          For example – one particular person predicted that a certain royal would likely be willing to pick up that phone, {regarding their own son} if the son ever got in his way of succession. Ever read “Dr. Turi” and his comments on the royals ? He doesn’t exactly hold back. And he thinks Chuck is really creepy.

          • Incubus

            No, haven’t heard of him but will google him. Thanks:-)

          • Sigi

            I told you about him before. He was saying some very funny things about Kate and William too, {he knows she’s a climber}. His site states things rather bluntly.

          • Incubus

            Yes, I know that, but I was still “in character” with Incubus.
            I’ve sent you a post about finding him actually posting on this site. Was flicking through some older posts and found his. I should have noted the article he posted to.

          • Sigi

            Yes I suspected that !
            :)
            Wanted to be sure you remembered though.

            But I was saying, too… like man, what a flaming nasty, hard core ID, “incubus”….like why ???
            It’s really funny.

            Turi I think, hopes to become the RF’s little pet. He wants to get business from them. But I’m all for letting sh%t happen that he predicts will happen. He wants to warn them and so on. I really think the guy wants to be an insider, you know, like a modern day John Dee.

          • Incubus

            It’s the exact opposite of me. I first began using it when I was working on newspaper and I had to mentor a few graduates – I wanted to scare the s*** out of them – and I did!
            I haven’t read enough of Turi yet, but will google him.

          • Sigi

            LOL, you went by “incubus” as an instructor ? I’m confused !

            Turi on William and Kate;

            http://www.drturi.com/prince-william-princess-catherine-and-the-uk-fate/

          • Incubus

            I used it for internal emails. When I was an intern, I was so nervous when I started in my first job (from uni – I’d worked in retail p/time to put myself through uni) in the media, I would throw up every morning for the first month. And the other interns in the group were pretty much the same. We were all scared of anyone senior esp the editors. But then 12 years later, these kids came in straight from uni and most of them were little smart-arses/thought they knew everything, so I became a bitch – and it worked. I actually enjoyed the persona for the six months I supervised.

          • Sigi

            Ohhhh that’s better !
            Interesting stories from your journalist days {which I guess aren’t over}.
            LOL, had to scare those students straight ! Did them a favor.

          • Incubus

            It’s a different form. I really think of myself now as just a writer; I do very little work that could be considered journalism.
            Check out the new article here – on Diana’s death. Old news to us but perhaps new to some.

          • Sigi

            OK, and that’s great too.
            Where is the Diana article, ?

          • Incubus

            It’s the latest article on CDL’s royal forum above the story on James Middleton’s collapsing marshmallow business.

          • Sigi

            Scintillating ! {LOL}

          • Incubus

            My guess is there will be at least one twerp who responds that Diana wasn’t murdered.
            I was thinking earlier that I bet you’re a “cool” Mum. Just a guess, but I get the impression your kids could talk to you about anything. I didn’t have any children, a.decision I made in my 20s. The reason was that I had a really bad relationship with my own mother who had a number of mental health issues, which she didn’t recognise and which were never treated. My major concern was that I thought it may have been genetic and I may have ended up repeating the pattern if I had a child. But you, I think you’d be a fairly chilled out Mum! :-)

          • Sigi

            Yes anytime Diana’s assassination is discussed you get trolls claiming the opposite.
            —-I didn’t have the greatest relationship with my mother, either. And I was easy to get along with, so….yeah.

            Thanks for the compliment. And I actually said that very thing to my kids, when they were a little older I told them they could tell me anything and I promised not to flip out.
            I can’t imagine kids feeling like they couldn’t talk to their parents.
            I also enjoyed all the assorted characters I met, {friends of my kids}. I adore teenagers, they’re almost as fun to be around as babies/toddlers are. Not to say everything was always perfect though.
            I was very much crazy about my kids. They knew it too. Also a bit possessive and “don’t even think of messing with them” sort of parent. I was down anyone’s neck who gave them any shit. That can be exhausting, too.

          • Incubus

            LOL!! I believe you when you say you were a protective. I can imagine you going ape**** if anyone gave your kids any grief.
            I think I”ll.check out now – feeling exhausted. I know you’re off for next few days, but I’ll catch you soon :-)

          • Sigi

            Well I try to stay away on weekends but I never know !
            :)
            Yes “ape**** is accurate.

          • Incubus

            Thought so! Ciao!

          • Sigi

            :)

          • Sigi

            And you know, sorry about the way things went for you. If this helps at all, I could tell you having kids is like abandoning your own life in many ways. It can be stressful, and I can’t say I highly recommend it. Mainly because of what the world ends up doing to them.

            It’s like “oh, sorry I brought you into this hellish place”, this ignorant, harsh world. Once they’re born, you go on red alert about EVERYTHING. “Oh shit, now I’ve got kids and , WTF did I do that for ?”. I mean, you just die when anything happens to them.

          • Incubus

            Thanks. Oh, yes I completely understand the sacrifices. I wasn’t at all maternal, just like my mother, so I though why inflict that on kids. It was definitely the right decision.
            Catch you soon? I’m exhausted.
            :-)

          • Sigi

            Sure see you soon. My mother was similar, so I get it.

          • Incubus

            Thanks, much appreciated..
            :-)

          • Incubus

            That link is so interesting and when you think about it, he makes a lot of sense about the RF. Diana’s murder – esp interesting. The karmic fate of W&K – it’s already beginning to unravel.

          • Sigi

            I think it is. Turi’s site is so distracting, varying text style or size and color….I tend to look it over once or twice when I go there because I swear it boggles my vision.
            One of the things he said, they married on a bad day astrologically. Other people pointed out the marriage took place during the “Beltane” time period, corresponding to the widely spread notion {and with good cause to think so} that the RF are satanic.

          • Incubus

            Yes, I’d believe they’d be into the dark arts.

          • Incubus

            Dr Turi has actually posted on these forums. I was flicking back through some back articles and found his comments. I should have noted the article he commented on.

          • Sigi

            That is amazing. Really ? I know hes interested in the royals, and doesn’t have the best predictions regarding Waity and Baldy {no surprise there}.

    • Ladyhawke

      I agree (of course) – it’s beyond ridiculous. In fact, we need to find a word for “beyond ridiculous” when posting here.

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  • Luisa

    I say “may prince william and Princes Catherine rein!”

  • Luisa

    Everybody in England knows Camilla is an alcoholic.

    • Incubus

      Do they? I didn’t, except for the tripe published in the gossipy rags!

      • Sigi

        Sometimes the truth leaks out in strange ways though. From the way her face looks, I’d say Camilla could be a drinker alright.

        • Incubus

          I felt like a bite at the above. That’s all. That chick VERY recently (about a week ago) wrote all Americans love the royals – i just got a bit ticked off. I know the Rottweiler likes her scotch on the rocks…

          • Sigi

            Yes, I hate that sort of comment too. Blanket statements about “all British” or what “all Americans” , and so on, they “all think this”,
            bleah.
            :)
            Yes Camilla probably doesn’t go far from a bottle of Scotch.

  • Luisa

    Your just jealous.

    • Incubus

      Of what? Inbreeding is nothing to be jealous of.

    • Sigi

      That sounds so high school, dear.

  • Ladyhawke

    Kudos to the writers on their skills. Your narratives are torn from the pages of Mills & Boon and your dialogue is straight out of ‘The Bold and The Beautiful’.

  • Ladyhawke

    So you think it’s the Wicked Witch of the West? Didn’t she have flying monkeys?

    • Balance 1.75 cents.

      Yeah even she put flying monkey into astroturf at dm, lol!

      • Ladyhawke

        LOL!!!!

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  • Ladyhawke

    :-)!:-)!:-)!

  • Ladyhawke

    LOL!! I need to consult my thesarus: I need another word for “riduculous”.

  • Incubus

    We ALL do!!

    • newauthor2016 Kinnitty

      The rottweiler looks as though her position is secure rotten luck that cdl as usual feed us drivel

      • Incubus

        Secure for the near future but who knows, there are still many tunnels with pillars between England and France. Fingers crossed!!!

        • Sigi

          :)

      • Sigi

        Rotty certainly has some karma coming, either in this life or afterward.

  • Incubus

    Let’s hope it bites those involved on the you-know-whats.

  • Incubus

    What? Charles’ fat squatty hands adorned with his pinky ring of power? Oh dear, heaven help us, one and all!

    • Sigi

      LOL

  • Sigi

    What great son ? Harry ? You can’t mean the halfwit pansy, William ?

    • Incubus

      Harry’s terrific. Something a bit off with Willy!

      • Sigi

        Right. William had everyone’s good wishes, but then he blew it by being a lame,lazy whiner and then married the worst possible bimbo.

  • Sigi

    And it could be dangerous to tick Chuck off. He’d probably eat his own children, like certain animals do, if he had to.

  • Sigi

    LOL ! You don’t believe Camilla could be a drunk, evil witch ? Where have you been ? On LSD ?

  • Sigi

    Right , if anything Camilla should be scared of Chuck. He basically ended Diana’s life and she left a note saying her would do that very thing.

  • Beau Lovey

    As an adulterer and divorced man Charles is unfit to be the head of the Church of England so he should be passed over. If Camilla had any decency she would have stopped seeing Charles when he married Diana. Camilla had no respect for the Monarchy then and soils it now. Charles has always been a spoiled boy in need of mothering and that is what Camilla does. Diana thought she was marrying a grown man, when she was actually marrying an infantile creep that wanted to be Camilla’s tampon. No, Charles should never be king and Camilla should be pilloried forever.

    • Incubus

      I can’t add anything to what you’ve said except I totally agree with everything you’ve written.

    • Sigi

      Excellent post. I especially liked the part where you said Diana thought she was marrying an adult.

  • Beau Lovey

    Kind Charles the Tampon and Queen Consort Adulteress Rottweiler… have the English no pride anymore?

    • Incubus

      They must at least have a memory. The Crown exists to a large part on the goodwill of its subjects. Tick them off and they will revolt, as very nearly happened during the four days after the death of Diana when the Monarch chose to remain at Balmoral. Blair intervened and the greatest crisis to hit the royals since Edward VIII was averted. These are not my words but those of historians.
      Anyone who believes that the position of the monarch is set in stone doesn’t appreciate the true reality of the power of its subjects.

  • Incubus

    Lol!!!

  • Incubus

    Yes.

  • Sigi

    I agree.

  • Sigi

    Great post. I totally agree.