The Living Force
Yep - the vid in the article said exactly that but with less obvious words. It may have been the PBS documentary that I recall this tidbit that Charles loved Camilla but was discouraged from proposing (as noted in the vid "Because Camilla had seriously dated other men"-"You didn't want a past that hung around" and Andrew was coerced into proposing to Camilla > perhaps to ensure Charles would not marry her?) and so left for his military service - how shocked he was when he came back to find Camilla had married Andrew! He had left her flapping in the wind so she got on with her life. But, as you say, he never stopped loving her. I suppose they did have something of a fairytale ending. Although one wonders if he will ever be King, Camilla will never hold the title of Queen:I think it was more that Camilla had a reputation (not being a virgin) than the fact that she was a commoner that ruled her out of contention.
Wow - so much drama!Before the couple wed in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, Clarence House announced, "It is intended that Mrs Parker Bowles should use the title HRH The Princess Consort when The Prince of Wales accedes to The Throne." However, the customary title for the wife of a reigning king is, in fact, queen consort. At the time, Slate described "princess consort" as "a new title created just for Camilla, because crowning her as queen would create PR problems for the royals."
Although there's been some confusion through the years about whether that will remain Camilla's future title, Clarence House confirmed in a statement in March 2020. "The intention is for the duchess to be known as princess consort when the prince accedes to the throne," a spokesperson for the royal couple told The Times. “This was announced at the time of the marriage and there has been absolutely no change at all.”