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Royal expert on Camilla dropping consort title against Queen Elizabeth’s wishes: ‘A queen in her own right’
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King Charles III’s wife, Camilla, queen consort of the United Kingdom, is apparently paving her own way as Great Britain’s monarchy prepares to crown the couple this coming May.
Following the coronation, Camilla will reportedly take the title of "queen" rather than "queen consort," unnamed sources told the Daily Mail over the weekend. The move also goes against the late Queen Elizabeth II’s wishes to refer to Camilla as "queen consort" as she carries out the remainder of her royal duties.
Elizabeth declared that she wanted Camilla to be known as "queen consort" in February 2022 with an endorsement that formally signified the family’s acceptance of Camilla as a respected senior member. It was also widely seen as a move by Elizabeth to pave a smooth transition to Charles’ reign.
According to royal expert and commentator Nigel Farage, Camilla’s request for a title change comes at a time when she’s "paid her penance."
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"All these years of being considered to be 'the wicked woman' because of Diana and the relationship that Camilla had whilst Charles was married to Diana, I now think the British people and those around the Commonwealth and the English-speaking world have taken this woman to their hearts," Farage said on "Varney & Co." Monday. "And that means the coronation is going to be a full coronation."