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Social media users are convinced that they heard this rude phrase about King Charles’s wife Queen Camilla at the royal coronation.
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‘I love vagina?’: Queen Camilla coronation clip goes viral [watch]

Tampon-gate 2.0? Social media users are convinced they heard this rude phrase about King Charles’s wife Queen Camilla at the coronation.

King charles, queen camilla, coronation

Social media users are convinced that they heard this rude phrase about King Charles’s wife Queen Camilla at the royal coronation.
Images via Twitter: @royalfamily

After being dragged for being the “ultimate side-chick,” Queen Camilla is being served more shade thanks to a bizarre clip from the royal coronation that has gone viral.

In it, Kings Charles’s wife is seen making an entrance into Westminster Abbey while a suggestive song is sung by a choir in the background.

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QUEEN CAMILLA CLIP: ‘I LOVE VAGINA’

In a clip that has gone completely viral, Camilla is seen making her grand entrance down the aisle of Westminster Abbey. As she walks down the aisle, the Coronation Choir is heard singing. 

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But many have misheard their lyrics with hilarious interpretations.

On social media, many users heard the words: “I love vagina, Camilla.”

Others heard;

  • Buy that vagina, Camilla.
  • I had vagina for dinner.
  • I have a vagina, Camilla, and many more explicit versions

According to MailOnline, the choir was actually singing the word “Regina,” a term used to describe the reigning queen.

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The choir is made up of 300 amateur singers from around the UK.

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CAMILLA: FROM ‘SIDE-CHICK’ TO QUEEN

Meanwhile, Camilla – now officially titled Queen Camilla – has been dragged on social media for her ascension to the throne.

In fact, the 75-year-old blonde quickly became a meme, with many hailing her as the “ultimate side chick.” To add insult to injury, the hashtag “#Camillaisahomewrecker” soon began trending on Twitter.

Here’s what Twitter users had to say…

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THE ROYAL LOVE TRIANGLE

The messy relationship between Charles, Diana, and his mistress Camilla is a well-documented one.

While King Charles and Queen Camilla are happily married, they were once embroiled in scandal after beginning an affair in 1986. This, despite Charles marrying Princess Diana in 1981.

According to leaked tapes made by Diana, she confronted Camilla about the affair at a party in 1989.

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King Charles wore the Imperial State Crown, and Queen Camilla wore a modified version of Queen Mary’s Crown. The royal couple wave from the Buckingham Palace balcony after their coronations. Image by Daniel LEAL / AFP

Diana said of her confrontation with Camilla: “She said to me: ‘You’ve got everything you ever wanted. You’ve got all the men in the world fall in love with you, and you’ve got two beautiful children. What more do you want?’. So I said: ‘I want my husband.’ And I said, ‘I’m sorry I’m in the way…and it must be hell for both of you. But I do know what’s going on. Don’t treat me like an idiot”.

In 1992, Charles and Diana officially separated. A year later, a secret phone call recording between Charles and Camilla is leaked. And media ran with all the explicit details of their sexualised conversation, including the former fantasising about being a “tampon” for his lady love.

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In 1995, Camilla separated from her husband, Andrew Parker Bowles. Princess Diana’s bombshell Panorama interview with Martin Bashir was released that same year. She infamously said of her relationship in it: “Well, there were three of us in this marriage. So it was a bit crowded.”

Diana died in a fiery car crash in 1997 in Paris. Charles and Camilla would officially tie the knot in 2005, 35 years after meeting.