Camilla Parker Bowles will officially become queen. Here’s what we know

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles met and fell in love in 1970, but Camilla married her first husband while Charles was serving in the Royal Navy, and Charles went on to marry Princess Diana. Unhappy in their marriage, the couple had an affair that would later shock the world when it became public (via Town & Country). The two eventually divorced and pursued their relationship, going public a year after Diana’s tragic death. Charles and Camilla eventually married in 2005, taking the title of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. Camilla is also Princess of Wales by marriage.

However, the matter of her future title is a rather troublesome one. Traditionally, the wife of an English king is called queen, but that is not a mandatory title. Upon learning of the public’s continued love for Diana and lingering resentment towards Camilla, the palace announced in 2005 that Camilla would assume the title of princess consort when Charles’ ascension (via SCMP). The queen’s statement, then, was an unexpected game changer.

Royals fans on Twitter are divided over Camilla’s future title. A supporter speak, “I think that after 70 years of service if the queen wants Camilla to be her consort, that’s exactly what should happen.” Again declare“However, the utmost respect for the queen was not appropriate in her holiday speech when it came to Camilla Parker Bowles. … This would upset William and Harry, and it was unnecessary at this particular time.”

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Dais Johnston

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