Casino royalist not happy with Camilla
By JANELLE McLENNAN
CAMILLA Parker Bowles may have finally gotten her man, but for devoted Royal watcher Nancy Moran the soon-to-be wife of Prince Charles will never fill Diana's shoes.
"He's (Prince Charles) entitled to his happiness just like anyone else, so I'm glad for him to that extent," Nancy said from her Casino home yesterday.
"And if the Royal family is prepared to accept her, I suppose I'll have to accept her too.
"But I have to say I'm pleased that she's never going to be Queen Camilla or the Princess of Wales, can you imagine?"
Rather, when the heir to Britain's throne marries his divorced, long-time lover in a civil ceremony on April 8 she will become the Princess Consort, Duchess of Cornwall.
Nancy, who admits she does not have one picture of Camilla among her huge collection of Royal memorabilia, says she will probably relent and hang a photograph of the forthcoming nuptials next to all the other royal wedding photographs in her collection.