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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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David Blair (uncredited)

Writer:

William Humble
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurence Fox ... Prince Charles
Olivia Poulet ... Camilla Parker-Bowles
Simon Wilson Simon Wilson ... Andrew Parker-Bowles
Alexandra Moen ... Princess Anne (as Alex Moen)
Richard Johnson ... Lord Mountbatten
Michelle Duncan ... Lady Diana Spencer
Peter Egan ... Prince Phillip
Stella McCusker Stella McCusker ... HM The Queen
Lucy Brown ... Georgina
Kieran D. Gough ... Henry (as Kieran Gough)
Laura Murphy Laura Murphy ... Amanda
Andrea Riseborough ... Anna Wallace
Freya Berry Freya Berry ... Fiona
Dominic Colenso Dominic Colenso ... Prince Andrew
Sara James Sara James ... Christabel
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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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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Charles & Camilla: Whatever Love Means See more »

Filming Locations:

County Kildare, Ireland See more »

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Budget:

£2,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is taken from a remark made by Prince Charles in an interview when he and Lady Diana Spencer got engaged: the interviewer asked, "Are you in love?" Lady Diana said, "Oh yes!" and Prince Charles added, "Whatever 'in love' means." See more »

Quotes

[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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Enchanting and interesting to watch, but an uncomfortable feeling of betrayal.
2 August 2006 | by genie-42See all my reviews

I was really looking forward to watch this when it aired during Christmas 2005. I am not a fan of Charles and Camilla at all, but for some reason I have always found the Royals a fascinating family to follow. Their lives seems to be like one long running soap opera and of course when it comes to scandals this one takes the biscuit.This program was meant to make the public symphasise with Camilla, but instead really shows her up. In the film she has the portrayal of a very rich but cheap tart who seemed to constantly lead Charles along and then let him down. When they first meet they both know that they have something special, but before long when Charles is off in the navy she gets engaged with hardly any thought. Next she gets pregnant, but they still can't stay away from each other. There are bits when Camilla seems to feel sad and cry, but that dosen't match her actions. They both agree that he needs to marry someone. Camilla personally takes on the job to find a young, sweet, naive virgin while she and Charles can see each other without her suspecting much. There is a horrible over whelming sense of betrayal and the thought that they are going to ruin someones life forever, especially Camilla finds a house for him and Diana to live in - that is 20 minutes away from her. Also in the scene where Camilla tells Diana not to hunt, so she can be alone with him is very calculating. You want Diana to run away when she confronts him about her fears of his adultery before the wedding, but you know she isn't going to. At the end Camilla and Charles are tearful that he is going to be married, but this still dosen't make them nicer people to feel sorry for, because of what they are doing. It was a very watchable and thrilling programme, you forget that you know exactly what is going to happen.


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