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Susan @ 6:27 PM
Sunday, April 10, 2005
Charles and Camilla
It seems like a love story of the century. I'm sure that being in the position as he is, Charles has been fighting numerous times trying to get out of this situation and to remain his peace. He must have been feeling guilty and trying to get back to his supposed life over and over, but the love is simply too strong to walk away and forget. If it's only an affair, then time would usually ease out. But after 33 years of turmoil and enormous pressure, the couple has managed to be faithful toward each other and kept the fire of romance and passion up for all those times. I just wish to see more married couples love each other like they do. Well, I certainly hope they'll keep loving each other passionately for the rest of their lives now that they're finally married.
Obviously Camilla is Charles' first love. And that first love has seen them through all these years and still alive. To anyone else, Camilla is just a plain lady that can be replaced by any other lady, let alone Diana. But to Charles, his life has been ruined for anyone else. His spirit has joined with Camilla no matter what the world thinks. Thinking from his point of view, the wedding is such a day of celebration. After all, she's all he wants. For a long time, he's a symbol of adultery, but in another sense, isn't he true to his own inner sense and faithful to his own true love? In another sense, this is even more of a fairy tale, that after 33 years they can still be so in love and so passionate.
I don't know what the church would think of him. But it's nice to see him smile again. In the end, the prince gets to choose who he loves and who he wants to marry. And that's what a fairy tale is all about, isn't it?
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