On Tuesday, Duchess Camilla joined radio host Emma Barnett for her first-ever radio guest edit on the Emma Barnett Show on BBC Radio 5 Live! and the pair had a very special guest for the occasion.
The Duchess of Cornwall's son Tom Parker Bowles, who is an accomplished food writer and food critic appeared on the show and talked about what he and his mother actually argue about the most.
Tom Parker Bowles: "My mother's taste is very different from mine"
The father of two revealed on the radio show: "My mother's taste is very different from mine, I like chillies and quite spicy food, her tastes are more plain. Also, we argue in the kitchen, she would say I was doing something wrong, I would moan that her knives are blunt or there's not much light, so it's best that we keep separate, that's why we sit together in restaurants. She obviously cooked when we were growing up, she was a very good."
The Duchess of Cornwall replied, laughing: "Tom is a very good cook, but he's dead right, he loves everything very, very hot and he adores chillies and I'm afraid I don't, so I guess we agree to differ."
Tom Parker Bowles is Camilla's son from her first marriage with Andrew Park Bowles - he has published seven(!) cookbooks and has been married to his wife Sara Buys since 2005. Their children Loa and Freddy were born in 2007 and 2010.
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