Prince Charles, Camilla marriage ending? Future king to remove duchess from will, rumour debunked

This is not the first time false rumours about Prince Charles and Camilla's marriage troubles have made the rounds

Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles
Camilla Parker Bowles with Prince Charles Flickr

New rumours surrounding claims about Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' marriage claimed that the future king is planning to remove the duchess from her will. According to New Idea, the Duchess of Cornwall is furious and she is stressed out.

While there is no truth in these rumours, the alleged source continued to add that Prince Charles wanted to divorce Camilla years ago but he changed his mind eventually. "Charles is done with the stiff-upper-lip attitude he's followed most of his life and plans to even the score by changing his will. Up until now, he's kept his anger and grudges in check publicly. But he plans to laugh in his grave when his will is read," the source said.

The insider added that Prince Charles has decided to not leave Camilla a single cent.

Meanwhile, the source claimed that Prince Charles decided to leave Prince Harry only 1/3 of what the Duke of Sussex was supposed to inherit since he and Meghan Markle decided to leave the royal family.

The rest of Prince Charles' money will go to Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. However, rumors about Camilla and Prince Charles' divorce are untrue. This is not the first time rumors of a split and troubled marriage have surfaced.

Past rumors

In November, reports claimed that tensions between the two erupted after the Duchess of Cornwall left ahead of Prince Charles while on their royal tour in New Zealand. After spending days together in the country, Camilla returned to the U.K. on Sunday. Prince Charles traveled alone to Tuvalu and the Solomon Islands to complete the royal tour.

However, rumors about a split are untrue as after Camilla returned to Britain, the Clarence House released an official statement about the duchess' early departure.