Could Diana And Charles Reunite For Their Grandchildren?

Date May 11, 2018

Many people thought that Prince Charles and Princess Diana had a perfect life: They had an unbelievable and beautiful wedding, after which they went for an 11-day cruise honeymoon. They attended various events and ceremonies and looked so happy. The royal life always seem to look easy, but was it really so perfect for them?

In fact, it was not really so. Their relations were rather strained. During one of her interviews, Diana said:

Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.


Of course, she meant Camilla. Prince Charles resumed relations with his ex-girlfriend, Camilla Parker Bowles, when he was still married to Princess Diana. They got divorced in 1996.


But could they reunite for their grandchildren? Maybe staying in a loveless relationship for your kids or grandkids is not the best decision, but what about a friendly union?


Relationships counselor Fiona Bennett says:

A significant number of people do believe that if they can work on it and get it to a healthy enough state in their relationship, that it is better for the children.

Of course, Prince Harry and Prince William are already grown up. But what about Charles and Diana’s grandchildren? They would be happy to have both grandparents around.

When Diana died in a car accident, it took some time for boys to get adjusted to the new woman in their family. But after some time they understood that Camilla makes their father happy.


After some time, Harry said a few words about Camilla:

She’s a wonderful woman, and she made our father very, very happy, which is the most important thing. William and I love her to bits.


In the end, Camilla and Diana's family found mutual understanding despite difficult background. Maybe Camilla could do the same for Diana?