Prince Charles, Princess Diana
Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage was over when they went to India. Pictured: Prince Charles, Princess Diana at Westminster Abbey, London, for a centenary service for the Royal College Of Music, 28th February 1982. Getty Images/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive

Princess Diana and Prince Charles had a tumultuous marriage, and Arthur Edwards, a royal photographer, said that he knows the instance when the royal couple’s union became over.

While speaking with Yahoo’s “The Royal Box,” Edwards said that there were early signs at the Prince of Wales and Princess of Wales’ marriage was over while they were in India.

“There were signs earlier when we were in India when he went to kiss her at the polo match and she turned her head,” he said (via Express).

Edwards, who was the only photographer who took a photo of Princess Diana at the Red Fort in India, also dished on the conversation he had with the late princess. The mom of two asked Edwards where she should stay so he could take a nice photo of her before she posed at the Taj Mahal.

Following the release of her photos, royal fans commented on how lonely the Princess of Wales looked. Some of them also questioned if Prince Charles snubbed his wife during the trip.

“Although everybody suspected it was Charles not wanting to be there, we knew two weeks before that he wasn’t going. We were told that. And we ran it in the paper. Charles was not going to be at the Taj Mahal because he was going off with some British businessman to Bangalore where there was going to be a lot of business contracts signed, and he was going to support them. So, he was never going there,” he said.

By November 1992, Edwards said that he knew the marriage was indeed over because it was obvious Prince Charles and Princess Diana couldn’t stand to be with each other.

“It was only when we went to Korea, the last tour when you knew it was all over them because they couldn’t bear to be in each other’s company. It was so miserable. And a month later, the prime minister announced in the House of Commons, and I suppose no one was then surprised, we watched them in Korea,” he said.

A month after their trip to Korea, the royal couple announced their split.