Prince Charles is said to have made an "unbelievable" nod to Camilla during his honeymoon with Princess Diana, a royal expert has claimed.
The 71 year old married Diana in 1981 and the pair headed to Balmoral for the first part of their honeymoon.
Prior to their wedding, Charles had dated Camilla before they split when he was sent away with the military.
Diana, who tragically died in 1997, was thought to have been "growing increasingly concerned" about Charles and Camilla's relationship and felt "oppressed and hemmed in" during their honeymoon.
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It has now been suggested that Charles made a nod to his ex — and now wife — Camilla during their trip away, which left Diana "heartbroken".
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams spoke to Channel 5 about their relationship for the documentary Charles and Camilla: King and Queen in Waiting, where he spilled all on the nod.
He said: "Almost unbelievably, Charles wore cuff links with the C and C, meaning Charles and Camilla."
Richard added about Charles' relationship with Diana: "They didn't have anything in common, they didn't seem able to talk to each other."
It was also revealed on the documentary that Diana was left shattered when she found a bracelet for Camilla in Charles' private secretary Michael Colborne's office just days before their wedding.
The bracelet was engraved with the letters G and F, which stood for Gladys and Fred — the names Charles and Camilla used for each other.
Jenny Bond said: "She was enraged by it, she knew who it was for and she wanted to know why he was giving this token to Camilla."
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Biographer Christopher Wilson added: "I think she was very suspicious of anything Camilla.
"She asked to see what was inside and eventually was allowed to have her way.
"She was absolutely in tears, in a terrible state about it. It was clear that this was Prince Charles' farewell present to Camilla."
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Prince Charles and Camilla have been happily married since 2005, with them both making an appearance in a video to celebrate International Nurses Day following Charles' battle with coronavirus.
Charles says: "On this International Nurses Day, my family and I want to join in the chorus of thank yous to nursing and midwifery staff all over the country and, indeed, the world."
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, continues: "Extraordinary times call for extraordinary people. Thank you from the bottom of my heart."
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