A bombshell report from the US has claimed Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall got into a huge fight with the Queen following an alcohol-fuelled family lunch.
Globe has alleged that Camilla, 71, “threw a glass of red wine” at the 92-year-old monarch and ‘ripped a treasured pearl necklace’ from her throat before being dragged off the “terrified” queen.
The outlandish report claims Prince Charles’ wife has now been banned from family gatherings following the incident.
‘The queen has finally had enough,” Globe’s royal source reveals.
“Her Majesty has made it clear, in no uncertain terms, Camilla is no longer welcome in her presence.
"This horrifying incident left her absolutely shaken. She’s never been physically assaulted before, and vows she never will be again!
“She will hear no excuse – and insists Camilla’s attack on the crown is ‘unforgivable.’”
However, a bemused Camilla is claiming not to remember the incident – which is said to have happened in mid-January at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, during a meeting between family members to discuss Prince Philip’s car accident and Prince Harry’s scandal-prone wife, Meghan Markle.
And while the outrageous reports remain completely unsubstantiated, insiders say things became heated after Camilla started mixing gin and tonics and wine, with the duchess becoming “loud and obnoxious,”
After the queen chastised Camilla for her behaviour, the duchess is claimed to have yelled at the queen for letting 97-year-old Philip drive solo and for letting Prince Harry be “hen-pecked” by Meghan.
A palace maid is said to have called security and Camilla was “dragged” to her palace suite to cool down.
According to Globe’s source, Camilla has blamed her shock outburst on a reaction between the alcohol and the medication she is taking to “combat liver cancer.”
"The buzz around Buckingham Palace indicates Camilla will be confined to her quarters with guards at the doors for however long she may live,” a royal aide notes.
“She’ll only be allowed out for a few events where she can be carefully monitored and controlled.”