LONDON - Camilla Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall, has remarked to the BBC that the American singer Beyonce dresses much to provocatively and much to trashily.
The Empress of Ipswich, stated that Miss Beyonce wears some outlandishly erotic outfits that she (Camilla) would not even wear in the privacy of one of her nine bathrooms.
The 62-year-old Countess of Chichester said that the extremely bosomy Beyonce uses way too much eye-shadow, lipstick, and suntan lotion.
The wife of Prince Charles also went on to say that Beyonce's latest video is positively degrading to women. It shows women acting as sexual objects and sensual toys for men who appear to be salivating and rightly so she remarked.
The Baroness of Bath wanted to point out that both The London Hand-Held Daily Mirror and The Liverpool Scouser-Gazette had written that the Royal Highness of Heineken simply did not care for Miss Beyonce because she is of the black persuasion.
Bowles who is not one to cuss replied to that written statement by saying, "Those two blitherin', blimey, bloomin' publications are both still upset with me because I said that I much preferred reading The Manchester Morning Manc or even the Portsmouth Pressed Poster to the other two lie-infested papers.
Camilla went on to say that she has always liked listening to songs by black performers. She revealed proudly that she has a CD by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, another one by Alicia Keys, and two by Whitney Houston.
She blushed and added that she used to have a CD by Kanye West, but ever since he ran up on stage and pushed the poor little white child Taylor Swift down and then took her microphone out of her hand as she lay on the stage bleeding from the superficial knife wound she got rid of it.
When asked what she did with her Kanye West CD. She blushed a little bit and said that she had given it to her step-son Harry as a birthday gift for his 25th birthday.
In a related item. Beyonce was told about Camilla's remarks. Beyonce rolled her eyes and simply said, "The old gal don't like me cause I be's black. I know that's the reason. I read it in her latest book, 'Camilla Bowles Takes A Critical Look At The Bloomin' Colonies and The Black Folks That Live There.'