Britain's Prince Charles is allegedly in danger of never becoming king because of his dealings with Osama Bin Laden.
National Enquirer recently claimed that Princess Diana's prediction that Prince Charles will never be king might come true years after she passed away.
The Princess of Wales made the comment during her interview with Martin Bashir for Panorama in 1995. She was asked if she thinks Prince Charles is suited to be king and the mom of two couldn't give a direct answer.
Instead, she said that Prince Charles might have a hard time taking on the top job because he's not suited for the role.
"It looks like Princess Diana's prophecy will come true. Charles will never be king. Charges of bribery and cash-for-honors have sunk his legacy and make him unfit to be king," the source said.
The source also said that Prince Charles was warned against accepting $1 million from Bin Laden but it seems he didn't listen. Now, he has to deal with the ramifications of his actions.
"The fear was it would have a devastating effect on the reputation of the whole royal family as well as be a disaster for diplomatic relations between the US and Britain. But boneheaded Charles did it anyway - and now he'll pay the price," the source said.
Royal courtiers are also fuming at the heir to the throne because the scandal could've been avoided if he only listened to the advice of those around him. But because he's Queen Elizabeth's son, Prince Charles allegedly felt that he was above the law. And he never thought that his actions would one day come back to bite him.
Behind closed doors, Prince Charles has been talking to Prince William about how he could clear his name. Even though the Duke of Cambridge is upset with his dad, he's making it seem as though he's supporting him.
"William wants to be seen as a supportive, loving son - unlike his brother, Harry. Some believe Harry's been snitching on Charles for revenge," the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid's claims with a grain of salt. As of late, Prince Charles has not been proven guilty of accepting $1 million from Bin Laden. So, it's not true that he won't be king because of what he did.
And there's also no proof that Prince Harry was the one who snitched on his dad.