King Charles: “So much about Charles you could really trace back to his childhood, which was heartbreakingly lonely,” a royal author said.
King Charles described his mother late monarch Queen Elizabeth II as ‘cold and aloof’ during his ‘lonely’ childhood, a royal author claimed
Christopher Andersen who has written a new book about the monarch, titled “The King: The Life of Charles III” made the shocking revelations.
So much about Charles you could really trace back to his childhood, which was heartbreakingly lonely.
Charles has described his relationship with his mother that she was cold and aloof, that his father was a bully who hectored him, who made him cry in front of other people, physically bullied him
When he had a tonsillectomy, when he fell down the stairs and broke his ankle, when he had an emergency appendectomy at the age of 13, neither his mother nor his father visited him at the hospital