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Letter: Camilla's 'triumph.

Byline: MARGARET LLOYD

FIONNUALA Bourke's article on Camilla Parker Bowles made my usual Sunday enjoyment ofthe Mercury an ordeal fired by righteous indignation.

I was one of many who withdrew their membership of the National Osteoporosis Society because of Iris Swain's attitude to Mrs Parker Bowles.

The Bowles woman, contrary to what Mrs Swain depicted, was elated and triumphant that Diana had been disposed of.

There is an old saying: 'What goes around comes around'. Mrs Parker Bowles may yet get her true desserts.

MARGARET LLOYD, Wolverhampton
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Feb 27, 2005
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