As Camilla was making last-minute preparations to walk down the aisle, she found that her shoes were missing. She was forced to borrow her sister's, which were a bit on the small side.
When the day's festivities were finally over, Charles and Camilla retired to their room, right next door to the Queen and Prince Phillip's. As soon as Charles and Camilla were inside their room, Camilla flopped on the bed and said, "Darling, please get these shoes off. My feet are killing me."
The ever-obedient Prince of Wales attacked the right shoe with vigour, but it was stuck fast.
"Harder," Camilla yelled. "Harder!"
"I'm trying darling," the Prince yelled back. "It's just so bloody tight."
"Come on ! Give it all you've got."
There was a big groan from the Prince, and then Camilla exclaimed, "There ! That's it ! Oh that feels good ! Oh that feels SOOOO good."
In the bedroom next door, the Queen turned to Prince Phillip and said, "See ? I told you, with a face like that she was still a virgin."
Back in the bridal suite, Charles was trying to pry off the left shoe.
"Oh, my God, darling ! This one's even tighter," exclaimed the heir to the throne.
At which Prince Phillip turned to the Queen and said.
"That's my boy. Once a Navy man, always a Navy Man."