They do not sleep or live together: King Carlos III and Queen Camilla reside in separate houses because “each one wants to have their space” | People | Entertainment

The king charles iii and his wife, the current queen consort Camilla Shand find themselves back in the spotlight as it was recently revealed that they don’t sleep together and don’t live in the same room either home. Most of the followers of royalty know the love story between Carlos and Camilla, or at least they know that it all started when the then Prince of Wales was married to Lady DiThis is how the Tiempo X web portal reviews it.

Why don’t Camilla and Carlos sleep together and live in separate houses?

Since Camilla and Carlos contracted marriage on April 9, 2005 at Windsor Guildhall, with the permission of the Queen isabel IIthey are officially together and now they are the main figures that represent the british royalty.

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However, their life is not entirely perfect, and despite the fact that they have a large residence where they can choose the place to form their private space, the couple preferred that each one have their own house, and also sleep in separate beds. . This decision generated more controversy in the reign of Carlos III because it supposes that there are problems in their relationship.

However, this decision has nothing to do with any problem of coexistence or personal difference, but with something that both agreed for the good of the relationship.

It should be noted that in these last days in which they were at the forefront of the events for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the couple ended up exhausted and King Charles, 73, announced last September 16 that he would take a day of reflection deprived amid national mourning for her mother.

The royal expert Joshua Romanhe told The Post that, King Carlos III and Camilla have separate houses because they carry out various activities together and each one wants to have their space, so that at the end of the day they can relax and be calm.

The two have embarked on an incredibly grueling schedule that would shock anyone, let alone a 70-year-old. So it’s no wonder that when they have 24 hours to spare, they both go to places where they could kick off their shoes and relax.

Joshua Rom to The Post

Camilla cannot accompany Carlos

Camilla, however, must not accompany her husband Carlos, so the queen consort, 75, went to Ray Mill House, a 6-bedroom mansion that she bought in 1996, after separating from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles. There he spent that night last September 16.

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“They are a very close couple, so this has nothing to do with the tensions between them (…) Camilla has her own room in Highgrove (home of King Charles III), but she rarely stays there. When they are out in the country, she prefers to be at Ray Mill House, where she is not only close to her family, but she also maintains her stables. This is how things have always been with them,” another source close to The Post told The Post. (AND)

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