Queen Consort Camilla's ex-husband Andrew Parker-Bowles attends funeral on behalf of Firm


    Andrew Parker-Bowles, ex-husband of Queen Consort Camilla, has reportedly attended a funeral on behalf of the Royal Family. Mr Parker-Bowles was present at the funeral of John Bowes-Lyon at the London Oratory on Tuesday.

    Mr Bowes-Lyon, who was a second cousin of the late Queen, passed away last month aged 80.

    Camilla and Andrew tied the knot in 1973 and had two children together – food critic Tom Parker-Bowles and art curator Laura Lopes – before separating in the 1980s and formally divorcing in 1995.

    However, the pair are still on good terms, with friends suggesting he could even be called on to do more royal duties in the future, reported the Daily Mail.

    One friend claimed: “Andrew is happy to do anything he is asked. He still enjoys a warm relationship with Camilla.”

    A royal biographer said of Brigadier Parker-Bowles: “It is said that an English gentleman will always lay down his wife for his country and this was certainly true in the case of Andrew Parker Bowles.”

    The news of his filling in was recorded in the Court Circular, the official record of royal engagements.

    However, John Bowes-Lyon was also a cousin of Mr Parker-Bowles himself, prompting some to speculate he was there representing his own family.

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    The King was seen chatting with some teenagers waving Union Jacks while Camilla was also mingling with spectators outside.

    Charles and Camilla married in 2005, a second marriage for both of them following his divorce from Princess Diana.

    Andrew Parker-Bowles remarried Rosemary Pitman in 1996, however, she passed away in 2010.


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