I've been asked, 'What do I think of Prince Charles?' I have many feelings on the man. Some mixed emotions due to all that happened but Ive always liked him. I think he is confident with a gentle soul and a rye sense of humor. I don't think he is a touchy feely kind of man but I can still understand #princessdiana falling in love with him. I don't regret their relationship nor did Diana because #princewilliam and #princeharry were meant to be here. Diana was 'the chosen one' and it helped that Diana naively thought Charles was as into her as she was into him. I think they were both too different to have lasted long term even if Camilla had not been in the picture. At some point they both would have gone outside the marriage. I doubt divorce would have happened or at least not happened as quickly if not for Camilla being wedged between them so firmly. Charles and Diana were NOT two peas in a pod as much as she wished they were and all of us who watched from afar wanted. I think Camilla was his first love and first sexual experience. He never shook her off. In a biography on Camilla it is quoted......"She was still only 17 but one of the guests at the party was Rupert Hambro, of the banking family, and while the unwritten rule of the Season was ‘good girls don’t’, Camilla did. Pretty soon they were lovers." .......In my opinion Camilla was the town bike of the upper crust. Her obvious sexual forwardness and having that 'certain something' that clicked with him is what enticed Charles. I think they are very similar in personality and actually ARE two peas in a pod. Unfortunately because she had been the town bike , it was tradition for the next Queen to have no sordid past and be a virgin. Diana had every right to hate her. Every right to feel scorned and make Charles life hell. Diana didn't sign up to be a pretend wife. Charles arrogance in that he probably had never been told 'No' made this arrangement far from being a love story than it was a duty. Too bad no one had mentioned this to Diana. Too bad she didn't run the other way. Too bad Charles hadn't just wed the town bike and not given a toss about her past but that's not how it worked. The rest is history.