PRINCE CHARLES discovered himself involved in the "biggest fake art scandal in Royal genealogy" after their foundation ended up being discovered to possess accepted to show a number of false paintings.
Prince Charles had been found to possess been scammed after renown counterfeit artist Tony Tetro advertised three paintings exhibited in Dumfries home, Scotland were their work. The artworks, which together had been valued at ?104m, consist of a reproduction of one of Claude Monet's waterlilies paintings and a Picasso. Royal specialist Erin Hill told PEOPLE: "It is the largest fake art scandal in Royal genealogy and family history.
" He has discovered himself in the center of this and possesses nothing in connection with such a thing he's got done.
"It simply therefore occurs that their foundation accepted some artworks that have been, we now understand, forged by US painter Tony Tetro. "
She continued: "The artworks had been on loan to their charity foundation, on display at their property in Scotland.
"Tony Tetro has since come ahead and stated he really forged these pieces. The building blocks stated they accepted these works in good faith in addition they don’t really authenticate these art pieces. "