‘Raunchy and randy’ Queen Camilla would ‘throw her knickers on table’ says book

Queen Camilla had a "raunchy and randy" past that stopped her being accepted by the Royal Family, a new book has claimed.

The X-rated rumours were laid bare by royal author Omid Scobie in his latest biography Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival, released today (Tuesday, November 28). The book details how a younger Camilla went from the mistress of married King Charles – then the Prince of Wales – to a fully-fledged member of the monarchy.

Camilla and Charles share an infamously complicated history but she had a racy reputation even before she began courting the king, according to Scobie. He wrote: "Camilla might not have stood on the barricades in the sixties, but she did enjoy the sexual freedoms ushered in by that radical generation.

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"Over the years, some who knew Camilla during this time have told various authors and journalists that the young Ms. Shand was known for being 'raunchy and randy' and the sort to 'throw her knickers on the table.'"

Camilla's alleged sexual notoriety was one of a number of reasons she was initially rejected by the Firm as a potential wife for Charles, Scobie claimed. This came "alongside the fact she was a 'commoner' (the air around her family home not rarefied enough) and an 'experienced woman' (read: not a virgin)," the author added.

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Charles would later marry "Palace-approved" Princess Diana, while Camilla tied the knot with Andrew Parker Bowles, who had previously enjoyed a fling with Charles' sister, Princess Anne. However the would-be king and queen clearly couldn't resist one another and soon struck up an affair.

The pair even had X-rated exchanges over the phone, including one in which Charles unflatteringly imagined himself as Camilla's tampon. Having declared he wanted to "feel my way along you, all over you and up and down you and in and out," he added: "Oh, God. I’ll just live inside your trousers or something. It would be much easier!"

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When Camilla asked if he would "come back [in another life] as a pair of knickers," the now-King responded: "Or, God forbid, a Tampax. Just my luck!" "Everyone already knew that King Charles might have preferred a life as Queen Camilla’s tampon," Scobie continued.

This is just one of a swathe of allegations aimed at Camilla and Charles in Scobie's new release. Elsewhere the author claimed a "pampered" King Charles insisted on having his shoelaces ironed and even had staff squeeze his toothpaste for him, the Daily Star previously reported.

"The cherry on top of this ridiculous extravagance: the toothpaste must come from a 'crested silver dispenser,'" Scobie wrote. The claims were rubbished by Palace insides, however, who told the Mail the allegations were "total bull****."

The Daily Star has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.

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