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Whatever Love Means (2005)

Dramatized story of the relationship of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, during the time of the Prince's marriage to Princess Diana and after his divorce and the death of the Princess.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Wilson ...
Princess Anne (as Alex Moen)
Stella McCusker ...
Henry (as Kieran Gough)
Laura Murphy ...
Freya Berry ...
Dominic Colenso ...
Sara James ...

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Dramatized story of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, from the day they met at a polo match, became lovers, and Camilla's ultimate role in helping him choose a proper wife -- Diana Spencer -- up to the day of the royal wedding between Charles and Diana. Written by Susan L Wilson

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Release Date:

3 December 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Charles & Camilla: Whatever Love Means  »

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£2,000,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Director David Blair publicly disowned the movie and had his name removed from the credits after broadcasters ITV re-edited/re-cut the project without his approval. See more »


[In Camilla's flat afer their first date. Charles's detective is waiting in the car outside]
Camilla Parker-Bowles: How long does that chappie have to wait outside?
Prince Charles: As long as I'm in here.
Camilla Parker-Bowles: So what do we do - send out food and drink at regular intervals? Or do they bring in supplies from the Palace? I suppose you've had all these jokes before.
Prince Charles: Well, most people are a *little* more circumspect.
Camilla Parker-Bowles: Circumspect?
Prince Charles: One gets very used to being called "Sir".
Camilla Parker-Bowles: But you told me not to. Look, I *do* know about royal bloody protocol, ...
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The ultimate spin job...
17 January 2006 | by (Bracebridge Ont) – See all my reviews

With all the depth and dramatic quality of a Harlequin romance, this film is a glaringly obvious attempt to sell Camilla Parker Bowles to the British public (and the world) as sensitive, loving, strong and patriotic. So it will be just fine when she becomes queen. Q.E.D. In other words, this is a shallow propaganda effort that also destroys the image of Diana, portraying her as something of a bimbo. Laurence Fox was a dreadful choice to play Charles. His appearance is totally wrong. Nor did he master Charles' body language and vocal inflections. A very poor job! Likewise the portrayal of Philip.(Actually the Queen and her mother turn out pretty well.) But overall, it is a shallow royal soap opera and, like the soaps, it leaves you hanging with an ending that guarantees a sequel. Let's hope it's better than the original!

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