The son of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, formerly Camilla Parker Bowles, says it is still “undecided” whether she will ever be “Queen”.
Tom Parker Bowles, 46, spoke about his mother’s future in the royal family in a recent interview.
Speak with The timeshe said, “I honestly don’t know if Mama is called Queen.”
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Then explain: “That has not yet been decided. I’m sure there are a lot of interesting Sky documentaries out there, but I honestly don’t know if that’s true. “
Camilla, 73, married Prince Charles in 2005, now 72.
However, they had an uninterrupted relationship for decades.
They had an affair while Charles was married to Princess Diana and Camilla was married to Andrew Parker Bowles.
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Will Camilla ever be Queen?
When Camilla and Charles announced their engagement for 2005, a press release was released stating that Camilla would be the Princess Consort when Charles ascends to the throne.
The statement included: “It is intended that Mrs. Parker Bowles should use the title HRH The Princess Consort when the Prince of Wales ascends to the throne.”
However, since then it has been widely reported that Charles intended to make Camilla The Queen Consort.
Perhaps tellingly, the question of whether Camilla will be The Queen Consort was removed from Prince Charles’ official website a few years ago.
Even so, Clarence House denied any changes were made.
After tabloid stories spread last year that Camilla will be The Queen Consort, Clarence House hit back.
They made the following statement: “The intention is for the Duchess to be known as the Princess Consort when the Prince takes the throne. This was announced at the time of the marriage and nothing has changed at all. “
Camilla has not publicly addressed the issue.
What did Charles say about Camilla becoming queen?
Charles, on the other hand, spoke rather awkwardly about it during a 2010 interview with Brian Williams.
The US journalist asked if Camilla would be: “Queen of England, if and when you will become the monarch.”
To which a seemingly uncomfortable Charles replied, “That’s, well… we’ll see, won’t we? That could be.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the Duke of Cornwall said he would prefer not to think about his future as King of England.
Of course, it will be at the expense of his mother, the queen’s death.
He added, “If it comes, it has to be taken care of.”
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