Queen Camilla’s ex-husband secretly finds love with TV host at 84 – and you might recognize her

    The ex-husband of Queen Camilla, Andrew Parker-Bowles, is well on his way to finding love again with a face familiar to most who call the UK home, according to reports.

    The former Royal Horse Guards officer, 84, is said to be dating TV host and actress Anne Robinson, 79, 14 years on from the passing of his second wife, Rosemary Dickinson, in 2010.

    Of course, Parker-Bowles is perhaps best known for his first marriage, the 22-year union he shared with Camilla, now wife to the King of England, Charles.

    Andrew and Camilla divorced one another in 1995, one year prior to the former’s marriage to Rosemary Dickinson, while Camilla famously tied the knot with then-Prince Charles in 2005.

    It was widely reported that Andrew had engaged in numerous extramarital affairs during his marriage with Camilla, including several with women she considered friends.

    Following the death of his second wife, Rosemary, Andrew’s love life has largely flown under the radar until recently. Reports strongly suggested in 2023 that he was dating TV host Anne Robinson, and Robinson appears to have now confirmed the speculation as true.

    Andrew and Camilla Parker Bowles attend the Queen’s Cup polo match at Windsor, 7th June 1992. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images)

    In a candid interview, the journalist gave a typically snappy answer to the question of whether or not she was romantically involved with Camilla’s former husband.

    “Yes. Full stop. Mind your own business,” the former Weakest Link host revealed.

    According to sources, retired Army Brigadier Andrew and Anne both live in the Cotswolds in England. The pair are said to have met last year at a lunch with communal friends, but have largely succeeded in keeping their burgeoning relationship private since then. 

    LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – JULY 02: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Anne Robinson attends Sir David Frost’s Summer garden party on July 2, 2009 in London, England. (Photo by Indigo/Getty Images)

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