Has Queen Elizabeth Compromised the Virginity Tradition
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It has always been a tradition in the royal family that a bride of a prince or king had to be a virgin. When Prince Charles was dating and fell in love with Camila, Queen Elizabeth disapproved of her. The Queen wanted him to marry a young virgin who came from a prominent family. Princess Diana was hand picked for Prince Charles. Arranged marriages have to be miserable when they're forced to fall in love with each other. We all know that Diana and Charles weren't happy together. Camila moved on and married someone else. Sometime later, Charles and Camila were secretly having an affair. Diana got wind of it and started to find true love on her own.
The Queen must have realized her son was not happy with the arrangement, even though they produced two lovely children together. But when it came to her grandson Prince William, who lived with Kate Middleton for several years, she didn't interfere. Prince Charles vowed he wouldn't do to his sons what his mother did to him. The Queen must have regretted causing her son such pain for not marrying Camila, the love of his life, Well guess what, after the death of Diana, Camila divorced her husband and married Prince Charles.
It looks like the Queen's airs have broken with royal tradition and now it seems that the Queen has accepted today's culture.
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