The series about the Crown royal family, which is broadcast on Netflix, will show an intimate telephone conversation between King Charles III of Great Britain and Queen Consort Camilla. People write about this.
According to the plot, this is a retelling of a private conversation between the Prince of Wales and his love interest at that time, which made headlines in 1993.
In particular, in January 1993, the tabloids published a transcript of an intimate six-minute telephone conversation between lovers. The transcript was originally published by the British newspaper The People with the candid headline Charles and Camilla – recording.
At the same time, it is still unknown exactly how the recording got into the newspaper.
It is noted that this conversation took place in 1989, at that time they were married to other people – Charles to Princess Diana, and Camilla to Andrew Parker Bowles.
Now the public will see how the call was intercepted by a traveling wiretap in real time and sold for profit.
In the conversation, Charles told Camilla that he wanted to “live inside” her trousers, and then joked that he could transform into a Tampax tampon. Camille chuckled and later added that she desperately longed for him before the topic turned to less disorderly chatter.
In addition, the couple exchanged the phrase “I love you” several times before hanging up.
This scandal was christened “Tampongate”. Princess Diana found the conversation “sick.”
It is worth noting that at that time Charles and Diana did not live together, but their divorce was not finalized until August 1996.