LONDON - Ten years after the death of Princess Diana the majority of Britons oppose the presence of her love rival, Camilla Parker Bowles, at a memorial service to mark the anniversary.
Fifty-four percent of those polled in the ICM survey said they don't want Bowles, 60, at the service which is going to be held on August 31.
Prince Charles, 59, divorced Diana in 1996.
More than 1000 adults participated in the ICM survey which also showed that the majority of Britons want the crown to pass to Prince William, 24, rather than his father, Charles, when Queen Elizabeth dies or if she abdicates. - Sapa-DPA