The Prince of Wales hired 10,000 students to kill his wife in a drive-by egging attack, according to his private driver.
Gerald Smith told an internal Royal inquiry of his part in an alleged plot to murder Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall.
The matter is now being dealt with by police.
Smith says he was given £1,500 by Prince Charles to take a detour past a baying mob during last night’s protests.
And he claims that the heir to the throne even shelled out £50,000 to hire a 10,000-strong mob of students to show up in London and egg his second wife to death.
The plan only failed when a palace garage mix up meant Charles travelled in a bulletproof vehicle instead of the flimsy Nissan Note he had originally intended to use, said Smith.
Police are also investigating claims that this is not the first time Prince Charles has been involved in a car-based plot to kill a spouse.