Prince Charles and Princess Diana 'looked at each other like they wanted to rip each other's clothes off' on Australia tour

Watch the full interview with The Sun’s Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards on episode eight of Yahoo UK’s show ‘The Royal Box‘, which is available to stream here from Friday 28 September. 

Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage is possibly one of the most scrutinised within the royal family.

Cracks began to appear in their relationship just five years into their wedding and there were affairs on both sides.

The couple announced their separation in 1992, but their divorce was finalised in 1996.

However, The Sun’s Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards, who has followed the family for over 44 years, believes it wasn’t always doom and gloom with Charles and Diana.

Speaking on episode 8 of Yahoo UK’s show ‘The Royal Box’, Mr Edwards said: 

“I don’t believe those stories that Charles never loved Diana.

“I remember doing that tour in 1983 to Australia and New Zealand.

Charles and Diana in Australia, in 1983 (Rex)

“We were away for six weeks and they just looked at each other like they wanted to go and rip the clothes off each other.

“They were so much together and in love.”

The Prince of Wales and Diana took their then baby son Prince William on his first royal tour spending 41 days overseas.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge followed in their footsteps in 2014, taking a nine-month-old Prince George along with them.

Now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are preparing for their first royal tour of Australia and New Zealand next month, with a focus on strengthening relations within the Commonwealth.

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