Thursday, April 19, 2012

Cookie : Lady Colin Campbell EXPOSES The Queen Mother And The Royals Are Not Happy

Kitty Kelley also EXPOSED the Royal Family warts and all . The Book was Banned From British Shores! I have read it and they really are a very unpleasant bunch of parasites.

In September 1997, Kelley turned her attention to the British Royal Family in The Royals (Warner Books, New York, ISBN 0-446-51712-7). In the book, Kelley stated that the Windsors obscured their German ancestry and described scandals surrounding the members of the royal family.

The 'Royals' have also taken it upon themselves to censor the documentary on Diana's death 'Unlawfull Killing' they do not wish it to be known about their NAZI connections .

http://steelmagnolia-beautifulideas.blogspot.com.es/2011/12/princess-diana-unlawfull-killing.html


  • Lady Colin Campbell's book dismissed as 'rumour masquerading as history'
  • Writer says she set out to shock and upset with biography of Queen Mother

Having made a series of outrageous claims about various royals over the years, aristocratic author Lady Colin Campbell is not afraid of controversy.
The eccentric writer provoked a storm of criticism when she asserted that Princess Diana had had an affair with King Juan Carlos of Spain.
Then last month she surpassed herself with claims that the Queen Mother was the daughter of her family’s French cook.

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Mother and baby: The Queen Mother, then the Duchess of York, holds the cheerful child who would grow up to become Queen Elizabeth II
Mother and baby: The Queen Mother, then the Duchess of York, holds the cheerful child who would grow up to become Queen Elizabeth II. A controversial new biography purports to tell the 'untold story' of her life
Yesterday, she somehow managed to trump that – by declaring that the Queen and Princess Margaret were conceived by artificial insemination.

Lady Campbell said it was ‘well known in royal circles’ that the Queen Mother ‘didn’t do sex’ and ‘left that side of things’ to King George VI’s alleged mistress.
Unsurprisingly, the claims in her book ‘The Untold Life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’ – to be published this month – were immediately derided.
'The Queen Mother' by Lady Colin Campbell (MacMillan)
Lady Colin Campbell (aka Georgie Campbell)
'Gossip masquerading as history': Lady Colin Campbell (right) made the claims at the launch of her new biography of the Queen Mother in London. Experts on the Royal Family dismissed them as 'lies' and 'fiction'
One respected royal author said the book was ‘best read as a work of fiction’. Hugo Vickers also attacked Lady Campbell for announcing its publication on the tenth anniversary of the Queen Mother’s death.
In the book, she writes that the Queen Mother did not enjoy sex with King George VI – whose nickname was Bertie – and so agreed to be artificially inseminated with his sperm by a trusted doctor.
Lady Campbell, 62, who is divorced from Lord Colin Campbell but continues to use her title, added: ‘They needed to produce an heir. If Elizabeth would not allow Bertie to impregnate her naturally, they had to find the means of impregnating her unnaturally...
Under fire: The latest allegations about the Queen and her mother follow Lady Colin's claim that the Queen Mother was born to a French surrogate mother who worked as a royal cook
Under fire: The latest allegations about the Queen and her mother follow Lady Colin's claim that the Queen Mother was born to a French surrogate mother who worked as a royal cook
‘There was only one course of action. Artificial insemination had the merit of accommodating both Bertie and Elizabeth’s needs, insofar as the conception of a legitimate heir to the throne was concerned.’
She claims the Queen Mother went to a doctor who inseminated her with Bertie’s sperm and she then became pregnant with the couple’s first child.
The girl was born in April 1926 and went on to become Queen Elizabeth II. Her sister, Princess Margaret, was born in August 1930.
'Grandiose claims': The biographer alleges King George IV and the Queen Mother resorted to artificial insemination to conceive the Queen, pictured as a baby in 1926
'Grandiose claims': The biographer alleges King George IV and the Queen Mother resorted to artificial insemination to conceive the Queen, pictured as a baby in 1926
At a press conference yesterday, the Jamaican-born socialite said: ‘The Duke of Windsor (King George’s brother) had been told by his brother that Elizabeth preferred not to partake of certain aspects of marital life, which he accepted, but they needed children.
‘The two girls were their mother and father’s progeny but were conceived by artificial insemination. In aristocratic and royal circles, it was known that Elizabeth did not do sex.’
But Mr Vickers said she had no evidence to support her claims.
He said: ‘It’s all based on gossip and hearsay. This book is best read as a work of fiction and it shouldn’t be taken seriously.’
Lady Campbell claims the sources for her information are ‘legion’. She said they included the Duke of Windsor and Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, but historians including Mr Vickers cast doubt on this, questioning whether she had in fact ever met the Duke of Windsor and describing Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, as an unreliable source.
In the book, Lady Campbell also describes the Queen Mother as a ‘tough old biddy’, adding: ‘I think the blue rinse brigade will be absolutely horrified that I’ve actually had the temerity to say the Queen Mother wasn’t a goddess.’ She said she realised her book, which she described as ‘uncomfortable’ for the Royal Family, would shock some, but pointed to the fact she’d been proved right in the past.
Lady Campbell was the first writer to identify Princess Diana’s battle with bulimia and her affair with James Hewitt.
Speaking about the disputed claim that the Queen Mother was the daughter of the family cook, she said the Duke of Windsor had told her he had seen various documents supporting the claim.
Members of the royal family after the baptism of Princess Anne
From left: Queen Mary, King George VI, Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) holding Princess Anne, Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) and Queen Elizabeth ('Queen Mum') holding Prince Charles
She said they showed that the cook, an ‘attractive Frenchwoman’ named Marguerite Rodiere, gave birth to the future Queen Elizabeth because her own mother Cecilia, who already had eight children, was unable to have any more.
Lady Campbell also claims the Queen Mother engineered her brother-in-law’s abdication from the throne. Edward VIII, Bertie’s brother, stepped down in 1936 because of his desire to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
She said: ‘The Duke of Windsor said it was an absolute lie that he didn’t want to sit on the throne...Did Elizabeth and her cronies assist in shoving him off the throne? Her cronies certainly did, the only debate is whether she did.’
She also suggests the Queen Mother had an affair with Leon Blum, the  former French prime minister. But she said she did not personally believe this to be the case.

Video: Lady Colin Campbell reveals her views on the on The Royals



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