Well, there are a few people who are so popular that people recognize them no matter where they live in the world.
And regardless of how you feel about the British Royal family, we are sure you know Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle.
And if you think you know them, inside out, of course, you couldn’t be more wrong.
For instance, many people don’t even know that Prince William and Prince Harry have a stepsister!
It all began to come to the public light when Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer got married in 1981.
Even though it sounded like a fairy tale, there was something boiling underneath the surface.
Even though the couple exchanged vows and tied the knot, Prince Charles was not the Prince Charming she had been looking for.
It turned out that his heart already belonged to a different woman at the time.
If you remember, Diana had famously quoted ‘There were 3 people in this marriage so it was a bit crowded.’
You see, Prince Charles first met Camilla Parker Bowles in 1971. They got into a relationship but abruptly called it quits after several years together.
They got on with their own lives and got married to other people. But did they completely forget each other? Doesn’t look like it.
Everyone had been focused on her joining the British Royal Family and failed to realize that she had two kids from her first marriage.
One kid apparently stepped into the spotlight, but the other one stayed back.
Her son Tom Parker Bowles is a famous food critic and writer.
He has even released a number of books, starred on Masterchef, and worked on Gordan Ramsay’s The F-Word.
Nevertheless, his sister, Laura Lopes is not as open as himself.
Laura Lopes, Camilla’s daughter, tried her best to stay out of the spotlight.
Even though she has been seen at Royal Weddings and certain occasions, she has a reason to remain in the shadows. What gives?
The spotlight, Paparazzi and the constant nudge of being linked to the Royal Family someway or the other?
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