Camilla Parker Bowles’ friends and family were reportedly furious with Prince Charles at one point.

Royal author Penny Junor shared the reactions of the Duchess of Cornwall’s family and friends to Prince Charles’ interview with BBC’s Jonathan Dimbleby in her biography “The Duchess: The Untold Story.” The author revealed that Camilla’s circle wasn’t happy with what the Prince of Wales did.

“Friends at the time said Camilla had begged the prince not to speak to Dimbleby, but this was not true – although it is true to say that she was annoyed with him,” Junor wrote.

“Frankly, Charles has behaved like an absolute pig and landed Camilla right in it,” she continued. “She has done absolutely nothing to deserve this after all the support she has given him over the years through difficult times.”

Camilla’s brother-in-law, Simon Parker Bowles, also shared his thoughts about the matter and stressed that the future king “does not have our sympathy at the moment.” He added that Prince Charles should go back and blame his upbringing or parents for what he did that was “wrong and very hurtful.”

Simon believed that it was a wrong move for Prince Charles to sit down for that interview. According to him, even if Prince Charles feels like it, he should have not gone around talking about it, especially since he is a member of the royal family.

During Prince Charles’ interview with Dimbleby, he admitted that he had an affair with Camilla. However, the future king insisted that it only happened after his marriage with Princess Diana had broken down.

Prince Charles’ claim was different from what Princess Diana announced in her interview where she blamed Prince Charles and Camilla for her failed marriage. The late Princess of Wales said that “there were three of us in this marriage” implying about the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall’s affair.

In related news, just recently, psychic twins Terry and Linda Jamison said that the People’s Princess spoke to them from the grave. Princess Diana told them that she had already forgiven Prince Charles and Camilla adding that she no longer had any hard feeling towards the duchess or grudges against the couple.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles look at each other as they reopen the newly-renovated Edwardian community hall The Strand Hall during day three of a visit to Wales on July 4, 2018 in Builth Wells, Wales. Getty Images/Chris Jackson