Anorak | Tail-End Charlie

Tail-End Charlie

by | 7th, November 2003

‘IF a straw poll had been taken last night as to which male member of the Royal Family could have been seen in a compromising incident with a Palace servant, it’s unlikely Prince Charles’ name would have come out on top.

‘I did not have sexual relations with that begonia’

We cast no aspersions, but as mere barometers of the public mood we most humbly suggest that Edward would have been the person most fingered, perhaps followed by Anne.

But such is the condition of the Windsors these days that everything is open to question, and often in a hostile forum.

Today the Mail reproduces a statement issued by the office of the future King in which he says “the speculation must be brought to an end”.

Speculation over the death of Princess Diana, the Queen Mum’s underground gin canals and what he sees in Camilla are for other times, because for now Charles wants us to hear that allegations concerning him and a staff member are false.

“The allegation was that the Prince of Wales was involved in the incident,” says the letter. “The allegation

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