In April 2005, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles made history by marrying amidst a flurry of publicity and press speculation. Prior to the wedding, opinions were divided on the effect that the union would have on the constitution. In this sensational, bestselling book, royal expert Caroline Graham reveals everything about their relationship, their decision to marry, the big day itself, and what has happened since the wedding. The book examines how the couple were kept apart by the Royal Family and how Charles's love for Camilla throughout his marriage to Diana led to her being cast as the villain of the piece when the marriage ended. Caroline has spoken to sources very close to the couple to uncover one of the most talked-about relationships of our time.
Caroline Graham is one of Britain's most successful writers and journalists. She is a highly respected royal commentator who was the youngest ever Woman's Editor at the Sun, where she earned her reputation as a formidable investigative reporter and established unrivalled royal contacts. She is now the US correspondent for the Mail on Sunday.