The Crown will show an intimate conversation between Charles and Camilla, which caused a scandal
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The new season of the series will show a spicy conversation between the then Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, which in 1993 hit the headlines.
In January 1993, the tabloids published a transcript of a juicy six-minute telephone conversation between Charles and Camille. The transcript was originally published by the British newspaper The People with the headline “Charles and Camilla – Recorded”.
To date, it remains unclear exactly how the recording got into the publication. The Sunday Mirror reports that the conversation took place in 1989. At that time, Charles and Camilla were married to other people. Prince Charles is on Princess Diana, and Camilla is on Andrew Parker-Bowles, writes People.
Netflix was not afraid to show how this phone call was intercepted in the fifth season of The Crown telephone conversations in real time and sold for further profit.
This photo shows the front page of the weekly New Idea magazine of January 13, 1993, which featured a transcript of what was believed to be a taped conversation between Prince Charles and his girlfriend Camilla Parker-Bowles. They say that this scandal was the final point of the marriage of Charles and Diana.
In this conversation, Charles told Camille that he wanted to “live inside her pants” and then joked that he could transform into a Tampax tampon. Camille laughed and later added that she “desperately, desperately” yearned for him, before the subject moved to less rambling.
Instantly spread across the UK and around the world, the scandal was dubbed “Camillagate” and “Tumpongate” , referring to the most infamous phone line. Princess Diana found the conversation “painful”.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana broke up at the end of 1992, and the divorce was officially finalized only in August 1996, a year before the tragic death of the Princess of Wales.