Prince Charles was reportedly forced to cut ties with some of his friends for the very reason that Princess Diana disliked them.

In the book “The Duchess: The Untold Story,” royal author Penny Junor said that the future king was forced to cut ties with Norton Knatchbull, Lord Romsey and his wife Penelope after a screaming match took place between him and the Princess of Wales.

“The Romseys were among the last two to go even though the couple had stayed at their holiday home in Eleuthera when Diana was pregnant. When the princess threw an ornament at him in the midst of yet another screaming match, the prince finally lost his cool and said, ‘I should have listened to Norton… He said I should never have married you,” Junor said.

After learning what Knatchbull said about her, Princess Diana made sure to ban him and some of Prince Charles’ other friends from their home. The incident reportedly didn’t make the mom of two feel happy or well and it just caused more strain in her marriage to Prince Charles.

The Prince of Wales, on the other hand, also grew more depressed and despondent following the incident. According to Junor, the couple’s unhappiness in their marriage began immediately after their ceremony.

While they were in Balmoral, Princess Diana became a tad bit emotional after Prince Charles left him there to explore the estate during their honeymoon. Prince William and Prince Harry’s mom ended up ranting to one of Prince Charles’ staff.

According to Junor, Princess Diana never really liked Balmoral because it was secluded even though she had nothing but positive things to say about the place during an interview.

“She hated the countryside, hated this family’s passion for horses and dogs, hated the rain that poured down remorselessly and she felt that her husband was avoiding the intimate contact,” Junor said.

The author added that the lack of assurance that Princess Diana received from Prince Charles caused her unhappiness in their marriage.

Prince Charles and Princess Diana
Prince Charles and Princess Diana are pictured attending a centenary service for the Royal College Of Music on Feb. 28, 1982 at Westminster Abbey, London. Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images