Queen Camilla faces hard time despite loyalty to King Charles, says TV star

King Charles and Queen Camilla visit Covent Garden

Ryan-Mark Parsons, who starred in The Apprentice in 2019, believed Camilla’s path to becoming Queen was a gradual but successful transformation despite the odds against her.

The royal was once perceived as the greatest threat to the British monarchy’s future because of her affair with Charles during his marriage to his first wife Princess Diana, dubbed the “People’s Princess”.

Diana famously said in a BBC interview, “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded”.

Ryan-Mark has since gone on to praise Camilla’s stiff upper lip in the face of adversity but believes shows like Netflix series, The Crown can alter people’s perceptions of the royals.

“The Crown, of course, it’s been dramatised for the viewers entertainment and [people] take the storyline as gospel and they think they’re royal experts,” he told Express.co.uk.

He went on: “These people who watch the TV show think they know everything about the royals. I think that’s a huge misconception. You can’t watch a series like The Crown and think you know everything about a family.

“Yes, it’s public, it’s an institution but it’s also a private family and also it was a private affair, in terms of the intricacies between King Charles, Princess Diana and Camilla. You can’t watch that and think you know everything.”

Ryan-Mark went on to explain Camilla has had a hard time over the years but has been dedicated to Charles.

He said: “It’s also a hard time for Camilla. She’s been very loyal to Charles. She is Queen Consort now and she’s been a working royal for decades.

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“I think that’s great. Unlike certain members of the royal family, they don’t just give up and move to Montecito when things get difficult.

“She’s actually been around, by King Charles’s side for two decades. I think it’s a wonderful thing.

“She doesn’t complain. She doesn’t explain. That’s the mantra that every working member of the royal family needs to uphold.”

During the last installment of The Crown particular focus was given to Camilla’s relationship with then Prince Charles and his wife at the time, Princess Diana.

Meanwhile, Ryan-Mark has taken on a new role in the Broadway hit show, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding with the TV star starring as the bride’s brother Joey Vitale.

Speaking about his character, he shared: “Joey he is a bit of a charlatan I would say, in terms of his family being American, from Brooklyn, but he speaks with a quintessentially heightened RP (Received Pronunciation) British accent. So it’s fun. It’s a bit of a juxtaposition.

“He’s a bit of an analomy when it comes to the family. He stands out in the way he speaks, and acts. He wears a kilt, so he’s really the antithesis of the rest of his family.”

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding first made its musical debut on Broadway over 25 years ago.

In the new London show audience members become guests for the evening and enjoy a sit-down dinner whilst following lovebirds Tony and Tina on their chaotic wedding day.

For more information and tickets to see Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding please visit the website here.

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