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It was there, amid the calm of this soothing ritual, when our famously frugal monarch decides which candles to keep and which are burned so low that they must be discarded, that she made up her mind about Charles and Camilla — and, rare for the Queen, uttered what amounted to an order: 'This game of cat and mouse cannot go on.'The 'game' was the way Charles and his mistress Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles were continuing to meet furtively less than two years after Princess Diana's death.
Clearly, it was too soon for them to countenance marriage, but the Queen's view was that they should be open about the relationship.