Although Prince Charles married Princess Diana in 1981, his heart never stopped loving Camilla Parker Bowles.

Despite his wedding vows, the Prince of Wales betrayed his wife, and their marriage, following a conversation with Camilla.

In the documentary, “Royal Stories: Episode 5 – Camilla Parker-Bowles,” the narrator claimed the Duchess of Cornwall piqued Prince Charles’ interest by telling him about extramarital affairs carried out by members of the royal family.

“Camilla apparently captivated Charles by talking about royal mistresses. Her great-grandmother, Alice Keppel, had had an affair with Charles’ great-great-grandfather, Edward VII, 73 years earlier. Edward was a serial womanizer with 11 mistresses,” the voice-over explained.

Despite his multiple affairs, Edward reportedly valued one romance over all of the others. Alice was not only able to ease his mood swings, but the former king also enjoyed their intimate relationship.

“Alice, his favorite, was described as having the sexual morals of an alleycat,” the narrator added.

However, King Edward wasn’t the only one who benefited from his affair with Alice. Edward’s wife, Alexandra of Denmark, allegedly preferred his relationship with Alice compared to his affairs with mistresses like Daisy Greville, Countess of Warwick, who was indiscreet about their fling.

Decades after his great-great-grandfather’s affair, Prince Charles began his own with Camilla. The Prince of Wales met Camilla in 1971, and after their failed romance, she went on to marry Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973.

Even though Charles settled down with Diana and welcomed two kids, Prince William, and Prince Harry, he still cared for Camilla.

The two reportedly began their affair in 1986. However, Diana discovered the romance and shared details about her broken marriage in a 1992 biography.

Prince Charles and Princess Diana finalized their divorce in 1996. The Prince of Wales went on to marry Camilla in a quaint ceremony attended by Prince William and Prince Harry.

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