Tom Parker Bowles girlfriend has died

Camilla’s son Tom Parker Bowles ‘devastated’ as girlfriend dies

Doctors diagnosed her cancer 'too late'

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Tom Parker Bowles’ girlfriend Alice Procope has reportedly died following a battle with cancer.

The food writer, 46, whose mother is the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, wife of Prince Charles, had been dating the 42-year-old for two years.

Tom Parker Bowles’ girlfriend has reportedly died from cancer (Credit:

Tom Parker Bowles ‘devastated’ as girlfriend Alice dies

Speaking to the Daily Mail’s Eden Confidential column, a source said the loss had “devastated” Tom.

They told the newspaper: “Tom had been blissfully happy with Alice and is devastated that life can be so cruel.

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“Partly because of COVID, Alice’s cancer diagnosis didn’t come until last August by when it was too late.”

Tom Parker Bowles’ mum is Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall (Credit: Terry Scott /

They added: “That’s what’s so really cruel and there will be countless others like her.”

Camilla had two children with her ex husband, Andrew Parker Bowles – Tom, and daughter Laura, 43.

Alice’s cancer diagnosis didn’t come until last August by when it was too late.

The two of them are stepchildren of Prince Charles.

It comes after the the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall divided royal fans with their trip to Greece.

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Prince Charles and Camilla have been in Greece (Credit:

Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit Greece

The couple travelled to the country to attend its Bicentenary Independence Day celebrations.

The visit, which the government requested, included a State Dinner and attendance at the Independence Day Military Parade at Syntagma Square.

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While at the State Dinner, Charles said: “My wife and I could not be more delighted to be back in Greece, which has long held the most special place in my heart.

“After all, Greece is the land of my grandfather; and of my father’s birth, nearly one hundred years ago, in the centenary year of Greek Independence.”

However, while some on Twitter told the couple to ‘keep up the good work’, others questioned why they were making such a trip when travelling overseas is off the cards for the rest of us.

ED! contacted the Duchess of Cornwall’s reps for comment on this story.

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