A tell-all memoir which is set to reveal secret details into Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s crumbling marriage has got His Royal Highness all riled up.
The future king of Britain is said to be ‘furious’ and feels completely betrayed over the book written by the Queen’s former press secretary and friend, Dickie Arbiter.
Titled On Duty with the Queen, the poignant memoir is said to filled with over 12 years of royal revelations and gives “a candid look behind the scenes of the most sensational and salacious royal stories.”
Not only does Arbiter, who worked for the palace between 1988 and 2000, disclose information into Charles’s scandalous affair with Camilla Parker-Bowels, but he also discusses in depth how the relationship left Diana shattered and “humiliated.”
The 73-year-old former royal insider also delves into the reactions of Prince Charles and the Queen to Diana’s untimely death in 1997 while lifting the lid on the divorces of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, and Prince Anne and Mark Philips.
“Charles is furious. This man was a trusted friend,” a palace source told theDaily Mirror.
"It is just a case of a man who he thought was a friend and who could be trusted cashing in on the misery of that time. It is disloyal.”
Woman’s Day hears the palace is considering taking legal action to ensure the publication is never released; however, Arbiter believes that his stories are in no way breaking any confidentiality agreements.
“This is not just a memoir of an intense dozen years but is a story of a life, my life and it’s been quite an extraordinary one.”