Prince Charles Allegedly Went Into Hiding In Birkhall While William, Harry Reunited For Princess Diana’s Birthday
Prince Charles allegedly went into hiding in Birkhall during the week of Princess Diana’s 60th birthday.
In its July 19 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that the reports about Prince Charles allegedly plotting Princess Diana’s murder took a toll on the heir to the throne.
As such, he decided to go to Birkhall while his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry reunited for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue.
“Prince Charles has sadly accepted that conspiracy theories and gruesome reports will always be a part of his life, but that week was particularly hard on him. He decided to hightail it up to Birkhall over the weekend of the unveiling to escape the spotlight. He couldn’t bear being in the thick of all these accusations amid such a poignant week,” the source said.
The insider added that Prince Harry also decided to go to Scotland on the week of Prince Harry’s arrival to the United Kingdom so that he could avoid him.
As of late, Prince Charles and Prince Harry are still estranged from each other. The Duke of Sussex publicly criticized his dad during an interview, and his comments did not sit well with the future king.
However, Prince Charles didn’t allegedly have Queen Elizabeth and Camilla’s support when he told them that he will be staying in Birkhall for a few days. After all, the two female royals knew that this would start offensive headlines about Prince Charles.
“The queen and Camilla are rarely on the same side when it comes to handling Charles’ emotions, but they both agreed that a future king shouldn’t run away from his problems. But as he gets older, Charles is getting worse at accepting advice and chose to do it anyway,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. Prince Charles didn’t travel to Birkhall because he is once again being linked to Princess Diana’s death.
An official revealed that he interviewed Prince Charles shortly after the Princess of Wales's death to know if he had something to do with the car accident. The fact that Prince Charles hasn’t been convicted of anything suggests that he could’ve been innocent.
It is also not true that Prince Charles went to Scotland to avoid Prince Harry. If he didn’t want to see his son, he could simply stay at the house that he shares with Camilla because Prince Harry didn’t go there.