King Charles had no-present policy at wedding to Camilla – as Sarah Ferguson & Prince Andrew’s gift list totalled £1.5m


Wedding Celebration with a Twist

King Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles exchanged vows in 2005 amidst controversy and strict rules.

No Gifts, Please

Phones, cameras, and wedding gifts were all banned at the royal ceremony, with the invitation explicitly stating, "There will be no Wedding List."

Avoiding Unwanted Attention

Charles, a divorcee from his marriage to Princess Diana, aimed to prevent the embarrassment of receiving numerous unwanted gifts as a mature couple with established lives.

Royal Gift Extravaganza

Previous royal weddings saw extravagant gifts, with Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's 1986 wedding list reportedly totalling a staggering £1.5 million.

Camilla and Charles' Journey

It wasn't until 2003 that Charles and Camilla publicly acknowledged their relationship, facing backlash and criticism before finally tying the knot in 2005.