WordPress database error: [Table './canin502_db/wp_postmeta' is marked as crashed and should be repaired]
SELECT post_id, meta_key, meta_value FROM wp_postmeta WHERE post_id IN (369926) ORDER BY meta_id ASC
Los Angeles, April, 19 (CINEWS): Prince Charles is the biggest fan of Barbra Streisand.
In another book discharged tomorrow, Game of Crowns: Elizabeth, Camilla, Kate and the Throne, writer Christopher Andersen “takes readers behind palace walls to examine the surprising similarities and stark differences among three remarkable women,” however there’s another lady who has been mentioned in the book is currently standing out as truly newsworthy.
As per reports, Andersen charges in his work (which has not been gotten by E! News) that Prince Charles had a “fascination” with Streisand.
Charles and Streisand have run into each other a couple times throughout the years.
Their initially meeting happened in 1974, when the future prince was a 26-year-old officer docked in Los Angeles and allowed to meet any Hollywood starlet he needed, by book, and it wasn’t quite a bit of an inquiry for the youthful regal.
As per Andersen, Prince Charles had seen the 1968 Streisand motion picture Funny Girl three times and had kept an encircled photograph of Streisand on his divider at Cambridge and in his private quarters in Buckingham Royal residence.
Charles even apparently trusted to his own valet of his decision to meet Streisand, telling the driver, “I’m certain they thought I’d say Raquel Welch…Streisand is my just hot chick.”
In any case, when it came time to meet, Streisand supposedly appeared to be “apprehensive,” which, would you be able to reprimand her? Later on, the on-screen character kidded about her initially meeting with the ruler, saying, “Who knows? On the off chance that I’d been more pleasant to him, I may have been the main genuine Jewish princess.”
The pair reconnected at a function in 1994, and after that again at an occasion 10 months after the fact in London. The book asserts that a source said, “The ruler and Miss Streisand were exceptionally warm to each other,” including that the servant “depicted Charles and Barbra as acting ‘entirely bothered’ when she shocked them in Charles’ study.”