According to the Sunday Times newspaper, Ben Elliot, niece of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, owner of a luxury concierge services company, would increase his earnings by organizing dinners with Prince Charles in return for generous donations from interested parties. Elliot denied it. Buckingham Palace, for now, has not commented.
New scandal at court. According to the newspaper “The Sunday Times” Ben Elliot, grandson of Camilla, 45, would add to his finances by organizing – for a fee – meetings with Charles of England.
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Revealed to the British tabloid it was Mohamed Amersi, a big shot in the telecommunications market who reported that Elliot, in 2013, organized a dinner for him with the heir to the throne at Dumfries House, the Scottish residence of the eldest son of Elizabeth and Philip.
Again on the basis of what was declared by Love each other, that meeting would never have happened if he hadn’t invested a lot of money before to take advantage of the offers of Quintessentially, a luxury concierge services company owned by the grandson of Camilla.
After having dinner with the Prince Carlo Amersi he became the patron of one of his charities to which he would have donated over £ 1.2 million.
The “Sunday Times” would come into possession of an e-mail in which Ben Elliott he congratulates Amersi and comments “Well done”, after the first of the various donations.
In another email from 2015, the Duchess of Cornwall’s nephew points out ad Love each other how well Prince Charles talks about him, then asking for a donation for his friend Zac Goldsmith, Conservative candidate in the 2016 election for Mayor of London.
In addition to the testimonials of Love each other are added those of other sources close to Elliot always contacted by “Sunday Times”.
Camilla’s nephew, for his part, denies everything: he would never have sold any contact linked to the Royal Family.
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Buckingham Palace he declined to comment on the news.