Prince Charles has shocked royal fans after a bedtime conversation between himself and Camilla Parker Bowles, from 1989, has resurfaced.
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According to Express.co.uk, Prince Charles and his now wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were caught on tape in 1989, when he was still married to Princess Diana.
The transcript of the conversation was published by The People newspaper in 1993 - just after Charles and Diana separated- under the headline 'Charles and Camilla - the tape'.
At the time, the recording and transcript which detailed the illicit conversation, shocked the British public.
According to Express.co.uk, Charles was caught on tape telling Camilla he wanted to "live inside her trousers".
Next in line to the throne, Charles, was said: "Oh God. I'll just live inside your trousers or something. It would be much easier!"
Camilla, who was then married to Andrew Parker-Bowles, replied: "What are you going to turn into, a pair of knickers!? Oh, you're going to come back as a pair of knickers."
"Or, God forbid, a Tampax. Just my luck!" Charles laughed.
Cracks were appearing in Charles and Diana's relationship by 1992
According to a royal biographer, the shocking conversation between Charles and Camilla was branded as "sick" when Diana found out, with the Princess declaring "Game, set and match" after the tape was leaked.
Ken Wharfe wrote in his book Guarding Diana: Protecting The Princess Around The World: “‘Game, set and match,’ she said, clutching to her a copy of the Daily Mirror containing a transcript of the ‘Camillagate’ tape as we talked in her sitting room at Kensington Palace."
"Later, however, she told me that she had been genuinely shocked by some of the baser comments, particular the Prince’s tampon reference. ’It’s just sick,’ she said repeatedly,” he added.
Diana and Charles eventually divorced in 1996, with Diana's untimely death occurring just a year later after a Paris car crash.