In 2005, more than 50 journalists gathered at Klosters, the Swiss ski resort, for a photo-call marking Prince Charles' imminent wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles. During the shoot, Charles couldn't hide his contempt. "I hate doing this ... I hate these people," he muttered to his sons Harry and William, unaware that his microphone was picking up every word. Asked by the BBC's royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell how he felt about his upcoming nuptials, Charles responded sarcastically: "I'm very glad you've heard of it, anyway." He then turned his head slightly towards Harry and whispered: "Bloody people. I can't bear that man. He's so awful, he really is."
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