After King Charles’s Coronation, Camilla Reportedly Will Be Called As “Queen” Instead”Queen Consort.”

According to a report published by the Daily Mail on Feb. 25, Queen Consort Camilla will reportedly be referred to as “Queen Camilla” following the official coronation of her husband, King Charles III, in May. Buckingham Palace will accept the new title for Camilla, which appears to go against the wishes of the late Queen Elizabeth.

“There’s a view in the Castle that ‘Sovereign Partner’ is unwieldy and it very well may be more straightforward for Camilla to be referred to similarly as the ‘Sovereign’ when everything looks good,” a hotspot for the power source expressed. According to an insider, Camilla’s ongoing charity project known as “Duchess of Cornwall’s Reading Room” was abruptly rebranded as “Queen’s Reading Room” last week, which may have served as a foreshadowing.

Camilla, who wed Charles in 2005, wore the title of Duchess of Cornwall until the beloved monarch passed away in September, when she took on the title of Queen Consort. In a letter written in February 2022, Queen Elizabeth bestowed upon her the new title of Charles’ second wife.

“What’s more, when, in the totality of time, my child Charles becomes Lord, I realize you will give him and his better half Camilla the very support that you have given me; Her Majesty wrote, “and it is my sincere wish that, when the time comes, Camilla will continue her own loyal service while being known as Queen Consort.”

Charles said at the time that he was “deeply honored” that his mother wanted his “darling wife” to be the King’s “Queen Consort.” The Royal family also appreciated the letter because there had been talk that Camilla might use the title “Princess Consort” because there were still public tensions about the tragic death of Charles’ first wife, Princess Diana, in 1997.

If history is any guide, the change to the description may be welcomed without incident. After all, Her Majesty is the Queen,” a source told the Daily Mail about Camilla. Although he was not referred to as Prince Philip, he was officially the Prince Consort. Since the Queen would still be known as Queen Consort, the Palace would not prevent anyone from referring to her as such if they so chose.”

The insider also said that King George VI’s wife was technically known as “Queen Consort,” but she was just known as “Queen Elizabeth” in public during her time as a non-reigning queen.

Furthermore, the UK’s Sunday Times made sense of their choice for drop “associate” in their posts weeks prior. “‘ According to the Daily Mail, the newspaper’s archivist Rose Wild explained, “Consort’ is a description, not a title.” The term “queen consort” has never been used to describe any of the king’s previous wives.