Published On: Wed, Dec 6th, 2017

What about the special relationship? Camilla Parker Bowles caught in Donald Trump jeer


Donald Trump news in recent days has mainly involved his Twitter account, the President even directly tweeting the UK Prime Minister.

Now the former property tycoon has his controversial ‘muslim ban’ given the go-ahead by the US Supreme court.

The Donald Trump ban will focus on six countries, Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.  

Camilla Parker-Bowles, 70, attended The Annual ICAP Charity Day in London today. However, Prince Charles’ wife was caught up in an unintentional political gaffe, which the President of the United States might not find too amusing.

Camilla met staff and charity representatives at the ICAP, but some of them were dressed in unflattering Donald Trump designs.

The costumes, with caricature masks and red ties, appeared to mock Donald Trump’s animated facial expressions, and his hair.

Could this displease the President, 72, and further damage Britain’s ‘special relationship’ with the US?

Prime Minister Theresa May, 61, and Donald Trump seemed to be embroiled in a spat last week when the President sent the PM an angry tweet after she critcisied his posting videos the from far-right group Britain First.

Trump tweeted: “Theresa May, don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine.”

It was then revealed that the Donald Trump UK visit which was planned for January 2018 had been dropped. 

The British Royal Family has a history of political neutrality, as the Queen’s website states: “As Head of State The Queen has to remain strictly neutral with respect to political matters, unable to vote or stand for election, however, Her Majesty does have important ceremonial and formal roles in relation to the government of the UK.”

Would this photo prove a step too far for Camilla?

Another royal who will have to come to terms with the tradition of royal neutrality is Meghan Markle, 36.

The Suits actress has had some choice words to say about the US President in the past.

Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle said of Donald Trump on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore before his election: “Yes of course Trump is divisive, think of just female voters alone, right. I think it was in 2012 that the Republican party lost the female vote by 12 points. 

“That’s a huge number and with someone as misogynistic as Trump is and so vocal about it, that’s a huge chunk of it.

“You’re not just voting for a woman, if it’s Hillary, just because she’s a woman, but certainly as Trump has made it easy to see that you don’t really want that kind of world.”

Dickie Arbiter, a former press secretary to Prince Charles, told the Guardian Meghan would have to become “politically neutral” now she is set to join the ‘firm’. 

Camilla has already been somewhat of a divisive figure, after her affair with Prince Charles became public.

Could Camilla Parker Bowles become Queen? A Sunday Express poll has found that the majority of Britain will not accept Camilla becoming Queen. 

As many as 67 per cent of those questioned opposed this move and only 19 per cent believed she is fit for the role. 


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