Secret documents cast doubt on legality of Charles's wedding
In that case hopefully 'that woman' will never be queen.
- S.Cooper, GB, 8/11/2008 22:43
A Diana fanatic who just can't let go
What is the point in opening this up, they are married! Why would you want to prove otherwise, because if it was a mess up and they aren't, they can do it all again in whatever way the law deems. Seems to me a monumental waste of taxpayers money to look into this, just let them be
- Claire, Wirral, 9/11/2008 0:07
I agree. Full credit for getting the waste of taxpayers money angle into it.
Charles must be Defender of the Faith according to our laws, and he cannot just opt out of this and become some stupid defender of faiths, when they all conflict with one another! That is ludicrous! The church refused to marry the two and for good reason! Charles cannot and should not be King. It is illegal! Step aside Charlie boy!
- Michael Collins, Canterbury, England, 9/11/2008 0:29
But...but...I don't WANT him to be King!!!
Of course his wedding was illegal and inappropriate for a supposedly future king! Charles can do as he pleases due to the lack of a British democracy! I have always been a royalist and admired the Queen but I have zero respect for the rest of them and I will vote for a Repoublic if we get such a referendum simply to shove Charles and his mistress out! If we must have a King and Queen, why not Prince Edward and Sophie who at least behave with decorum? Or the Princess Royal?
- Robard Sinclair (Brit Expat), Auckland, NZ, 9/11/2008 1:04
I'm reminded of that immortal Monty Python quote "I'm your King", "Well I didn't vote for you!"
Ridiculous. What about the Royal Family's human rights? If the law needs changing first, then change it!
- Lisa, Berkshire, 9/11/2008 1:54
My view? Who cares? Clearly they love each other, and who are we to question that?