Does Camilla Have Parkinsons

While the world awaits the Royal announcement that is allegedly due to come by Wednesday at the latest, people are not only speculating about King Charles health but about wife Camilla Parker Bowles too. Tik Tok account Kyle Marissa Roth posted that one of her sources alleged that Camilla Parker Bowles has Parkinsons. Please note that this is all speculative and has not been addressed by the royal family.

Does Camilla Parker Bowles Have Parkinsons 

Does Camilla Parker Bowles Have Parkinsons

While there has not been verified and is pure speculation at this point, the source said for people to watch the coronation video to see signs of Camilla Parker Bowles having Parkinsons. Namely, the source points to Camilla’s shaking hands in the videos from the coronation.

Is Camilla Bowles Sick

While this has not been confirmed by the Royal Family team, it just adds another speculative layer to what the BBC announcement will be this week. One of the most prominent rumours surrounding the BBC Royal announcement is that King Charles will be announcing his abdication of the throne as sources allege that his diagnosis is far worse than what was previously thought and that he may have pancreatic cancer. This diagnosis has also not been confirmed by any of the communications team for the royal family or the press.

When Did Charles and Camilla Marry

Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla Parker Bowles were married in a civil ceremony at the Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005. The ceremony was followed by a service of blessing at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. The couple’s relationship had been highly publicized and controversial due to the fact that both were previously married. Camilla had been divorced from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, while Charles was divorced from Princess Diana.

Their relationship began in the early 1970s, but it wasn’t until many years later that they were able to marry due to various complications, including public opinion and the constitutional implications of Charles’ position as heir to the throne.

Published by HOLR Magazine.