Camilla Parker Bowles was previously photographed removing all of her things from the home that she shared with her ex-husband, Andrew Parker Bowles after their divorce. The pictures were originally published by the Daily Mirror in 1995.
In the snaps, a young Camilla is wearing a red sleeveless dress while walking outside of her previous home. The Duchess of Cornwall is surrounded by boxes and other things. Her ex-husband is standing behind her.
Decades ago, Mirror captioned the photos by saying that Camilla's things were going to be transferred to Prince Charles' nearby property at Highgrove Estate. Express claimed that the unearthed photos proved that Camilla and Prince Charles' relationship wasn't slowing down at that time.
Just four months after Camilla's photos were released, Princess Diana sat down for an interview with Panorama, where she talked about her divorce from Prince Charles. The Princess of Wales said that she didn't want her marriage to the heir to the throne to end.
"I don't want a divorce, but obviously we need clarity on a situation that has been of enormous discussion over the last three years in particular. So, all I say to that is that I await my husband's decision of which way we are all going to go," she said.
Interviewer Martin Bashir asked Prince William and Prince Harry's mom if she would accept Prince Charles' decision if he says that he wants to get a divorce. Princess Diana said that this is something that they haven't decided on but the rest of the world is already predicting that it will happen.
Shortly after the Prince and Princess of Wales' interview, they announced their divorce. Reports revealed that it was Queen Elizabeth who encouraged Prince Charles and Princess Diana to push through with it after reading the latter's interview with the publication.
Nine years after Prince Charles and Princess Diana's divorce, the future king and Camilla tied the knot in a civil ceremony.
Camilla attends an engagement on the beach during the official royal visit to Grenada on March 23, 2019 in Saint George's, Grenada. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson