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Saturday, 29 November 2008

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King in waiting Prince Charles has revealed the reason behind his tormented childhood claiming that his life changed for the worse after wandering into a palace bathroom to be be confronted by a naked Queen Mother sitting on the toilet.

"It was Christmas morning and as a child I was full of beans and very excited" Charles claimed in a BBC exclusive "and I remember running down the hallway and bursting into the bathroom and there she was in all her glory"

Being confronted by his naked grandmother sitting on the toilet sipping a gin and tonic was a catalyst says Charles for an unhappy childhood with the sight of any half opened door bringing back the chilling memories of a starkus Queen Mother.

"It hits me all of a sudden" he said "Anytime I'm walking somewhere wheather it be at home or away and I see a door ajar I can't help but wonder if there's a naked old lady behind it"

Experts beleive the fixation on old women has stayed with Charles throughout his life and had an everlasting effect on his decision making.

"That's probably why he married Camilla" suggests Oxford lecturer Dr Len Hutton "To most of us she's just a silly looking old bag lady who'd look more at home doing the ironing but to Charles he reminds him of that special moment when he saw his grandmother on the throne letting one go"

Although being kept under a veil of secrecy the interview is said to reveal many more of Chale's childhhod moments including the time he walked in on Prince Edward masturbating and the time he caught his father doing something strange with a pogo stick.

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