Members of the royal family have erased reports that the Duchess of Cornwall planned to dismantle Kate and William before they married, as she did not agree with the "humble" background. of Kate.
Earlier this week, an excerpt from the 2016 Book of Crowns book: Elizabeth, Camilla, Kate and the throne of the royal biographer Christopher Anderson resurfaced online, including claims that the Duchess believed William's girlfriend was Pretty, but quite dim & # 39;
However, real sources have denied the claims to Femail, saying that there is no truth in them and that Kate and Camila enjoy a warm relationship.
Grant Harrold, who was the steward of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall between 2005 and 2011, and still lives on the Gloucestershire estate of the Prince of Wales, Highgrove, said:This sounds like a false story with no real basis.
"The family I know is very close and everyone has a good relationship with each other, as we have seen in all the joint commitments they make on a regular basis."
In fact, Kate and Camilla never seemed anything other than friendly when photographed together in real combat.
Kate and Camilla in St George's Chapel Windsor for the service of the Order of the Garter in June 2012. People of the royal family have ruled out the claims of a 2016 book that resurfaced this week the Duchess of Cornwall planned to break the Cambridges before your wedding
According to author Christopher Anderson, Camilla wanted Charles to prevent his son from marrying Kate, since she did not come from an aristocratic background. The couple appears on an official visit to Canada in June 2017
However, the 2016 book stated that the Duchess despised Kate and did not think she was good enough for Prince William.
"Underneath everything," said a friend of Parker Bowles in the book, "Camilla is a snob, her family has always moved in real circles.
& # 39; It's just a second nature for her. He just felt that Kate and the Middletons were too humble to marry the royal family.
The author also claimed that Camilla feared that the younger woman would steal the spotlight after waiting more than thirty years to be accepted by the Queen.
Happy couple: William and Kate, photographed at Wimbledon in July 2018, allegedly irritated Prince Charles in the past for spending too much time with the Middletons.
"I was not going to make someone come in and drag the whole thing," Andersen wrote.
He claimed that Camilla, now 70, had come to love the spotlight after all those years of being the other woman who met her lover secretly in the shadows.
Kate was naturally pretty, young, everything that Camilla was not and she felt consumed by jealousy, the author said.
"It makes sense that Camilla would resent being eclipsed by a beautiful young woman like Kate Middleton," she said.
The Duchess of Cambridge with her mother-in-law Camilla leaving Clarence House for the reception on the night of her wedding day in 2011. According to a 2016 book, the Duchess of Cornwall thought that Prince William's companion was pretty, but "quite dim" "
"Maybe she felt threatened by Kate, or maybe more by William and Kate as a team."
It is not the first time that rumors have emerged about a gap between Charles and Camila and the Cambridges.
In Tom Bower's book, REBEL Prince: The Power, Passion and Challenge of Prince Charles, published earlier this year, the author claims that the heir to the throne felt he was being overshadowed by Kate's family.
The Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge have always seemed friendly during real battles. In the image: The couple talking during the annual Sunday Remembrance service at Cenotaph in Whitehall in November 2016
"After his own marriage, William decided to retire with Kate to Norfolk, where they were able to preserve their privacy, preferring to spend Christmas with their parents instead of Sandringham with the other royals," the author wrote.
"The distance between Highgrove and Norfolk isolated the Prince from his grandchildren, and allowed Kate's mother, Carole Middleton, to take over.
"Charles began to fear that the Middletons were usurping him, and several of the queen's courtiers realized this, and as a result, they decided to ignore Carole Middleton on social occasions.