From the BBC today:
Prince Charles will marry his long-term partner Camilla Parker Bowles on 8 April, Clarence House says.
A civil ceremony will be held at Windsor Castle. Mrs Parker Bowles will take the title HRH Duchess of Cornwall.
When the Prince of Wales, 56, becomes King, 57-year-old Camilla will not be known as Queen Camilla but as the Princess Consort, Clarence House added.
The move will end years of speculation on a relationship which has spanned the decades since they first met in 1970.
...The marriage is likely to be a sensitive issue because Mrs Parker Bowles is divorced and her former husband is still alive.
If he became king, Charles would be the supreme governor of the Church of England and some Anglicans remain opposed to the remarriage of divorcees...
They do? I thought you were almost required to be a Gay Divorcee to get anywhere in the Church these days. And don't they know that it was founded on a divorce in the first place?
Anyway, the report goes on:
Last year, a poll indicated that more Britons support Prince Charles marrying Camilla Parker Bowles than oppose it.
Of those who responded to a Populus poll, 32% said they would support Charles if he remarried, while 29% were opposed.
However, most people - 38% - said they did not care, while 2% had no opinion.
It must be an odd life when you have to take public opinion polls into account when making personal romantic decisions.
There are lots of well-worn arguments for and against the Monarchy. But the only people who really suffer under it are the poor Royal sods themselves.