CHARLES & CAMILLA'S budget wedding!

July 2003
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);7/21/2003, p16
Reports on the support of the Church of England and the parliament to the possible marriage of Prince Charles of Wales to his lover Camilla Parker Bowles. Opinion of British Prime Minister Tony Blair on the possible marriage; Stance of Bowles that she never wants to be a queen; Accounts of the private extravagances of Prince Charles; Plans of Prince Charles for his wedding with Bowles.


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