Charles Felt Bullied Into Marrying Diana. Was It The Queen Mother Who Pushed Him To?
August 23, 2018 14:12 By Fabiosa
Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spenser got married in 1981. Their wedding was indeed beautiful, and was called the “fairytale wedding” and the "wedding of the century." It was watched by 750 million people from all over the world. Nevertheless, it was not a happy marriage, and it didn’t last for too long. Later, it turned out Prince Charles was pushed into marriage by someone. Maybe, it was the Queen Mother?
The Queen Mother was reportedly the one who pushed Charles to marry Diana. In the book “The Diana Chronicles” by Tina Brown, some previously unknown details were revealed. For example, the fact that the Queen Mother had a conversation with Diana’s father, John Spenser, about his daughter’s private life. While talking to him, the Queen Mother noted that John raised Diana as a good person and added it is the right time to think about her marriage and private life.
The Queen Mother also had a good friend, Ruth Sylvia Roche, who was the maternal grandmother of Princess of Wales. It is said that these two women engineered the match between their grandchildren, Prince Charles and Diana Spenser.
Of course, they never revealed their true intentions. When asked about whether the matching of grandchildren really existed, the Baroness Fermoy said in the interview with Associated Press in 1993:
You can say that if you like – but it simply wouldn't be true.
It seems that the Queen Mother played an important role in deciding who Prince Charles should marry.