Woman held over nuisance mail to UK's Charles
LONDON, Apr 6 (Reuters) A woman is under investigation on suspicion of sending nuisance mail to Britain's Prince Charles and his new wife, police today said.
The 44-year-old woman was arrested in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, central England, by officers from London's Specialist Crime Operations team, accused of sending the mail to Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
The arrest occurred last month but details were only made public today.
The woman was taken to a police station in Nottinghamshire where she was bailed to return on April 26, a London police spokeswoman said.
Charles and Camilla married in April last year after an affair stretching over 35 years but his new wife has provoked a mixed reaction from Britons, with some blaming her for breaking up his first marriage to the late Princess Diana.
The issue still provokes strong reactions from some royal supporters although one recent poll found that 67 per cent of the country now approve of the heir to the throne's second marriage.
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