King Charles And Prince William Destroy Trump’s Obsession With Royal Family

King Charles And Prince William Destroy Trump’s Obsession With Royal Family

In official capacities, King Charles III and his son, Prince William, have had to share a room with former American President Donald Trump.

The Republican politician may not have realized it, but the Royal Family does not care for him.

Mr. Trump spent a lot of time attacking Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for indicating their support for Joe Biden in 2020.

He may have overlooked the fact that the other royals have a long list of grievances that predate yesterday.

It will be interesting to see how he approaches the royals now that everything is out in the open as he prepares to return to the political arena for another run for the White House in 2024.

With his new book The King: The Life of Charles III, American journalist Christopher Andersen is gaining a lot of attention. It goes into great detail about what fueled the feud between the royals and the bombastic figure.

It all started again in 2012, when Trump was busy on Twitter, sharing his thoughts on trending topics left and right. Kate Middleton was embroiled in a topless photo scandal.

The Royal Family was intent on obtaining justice for a blatant invasion of privacy. The clan was also attempting to rally public support for their cause by taking on a popular tabloid.

When the story made headlines, Trump showed no sensitivity. This humiliating episode was never forgotten by the royals.

The then-reality TV star wrote on Twitter: “Kate Middleton is great–but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude–only herself to blame. Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing? Come on, Kate!”

According to Mr. Andersen, the royals were furious after Trump posted his message. The author wrote: “Trump’s criticism of Kate resulted in what one Clarence House butler referred to as “torrents of profanity” from both Prince Charles and his sons.”

Trump has always rubbed King Charles the wrong way following his shocking comments about Princess Diana during an interview with Howard Stern in 1997.

Andersen explained: “It didn’t help that Trump … had aggressively pursued Princess Diana after her divorce — overtures that were rebuffed — and claimed later on a radio program that he could have ‘nailed her if I wanted to,’ but only if she passed an HIV test.”


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