ANDREW PARKER BOWLES BREAKS HIS SILENCE
Camilla’s ex-husband and the man who had an affair with Princess Anne, Andrew Parker Bowles, has broken his silence.
He recently opened up about the worst day of the Queen’s life. According to Andrew, Her Majesty described the 1982 IRA attacks on London as “the most ghastly day of my life”.
“It was a nice, sunny day and suddenly one heard this explosion one heard all the time in Northern Ireland,” Andrew revealed to The Express.
“One of the barriers opened and someone said, ‘They’ve blown up the Guard’. So we ran down to where the smoke was rising,” he added.
“The first horse I saw was Sefton. He had a bloody great hole in him, but he managed to pull through.” It was later that day, Andrew said, that the Queen revealed it had been the worst day of her life.
Fifteen soldiers were killed in the tragedy, and eight people and seven horses were injured.
Andrew Parker Bowles pictured with the Queen, his ex-wife Camilla (left) and Anne (right).