Camilla Parker Bowles is ‘proud’ to be named Queen Consort in the future.

Camilla Parker Bowles expressed her gratitude to the Queen for granting her the title of “Queen Consort” whenever her husband, Prince Charles, becomes King.

“I feel very, very honored and very touched,” the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, said when asked about the unique title bestowed by the Queen during a visit at community kitchen Nourish Hub, according to People.

In a letter written from Sandringham House, where she gave a banquet ahead of the 70th anniversary of her ascension to the throne over the weekend, Queen Elizabeth II made the surprising news that her son’s second wife will be given the title of “Queen Consort.”

The 95-year-old monarch added in her letter to her subjects, “I remain eternally thankful for, and humbled by, the loyalty and affection you continue to show me.” “And I know you will give my son Charles and his wife Camilla the same support you have given me when the time comes; and it is my honest intention that, when the time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own devoted duty.”

Camilla and the Prince of Wales, who is 73 years old, married in 2005. Their wedding took place nine years after his divorce from Princess Diana, who died at the age of 36 a year later in 1997.

camilla Parker Bowles at community kitchen "Nourish Hun"

Camilla was greatly despised during her affair with Charles while he was married to the enormously popular Diana, but she has acquired favor in subsequent years.

Camilla never assumed the title of Princess of Wales after marrying Charles, but she had stated that she “planned” to serve as “Princess Consort” when Charles ascended to the throne.

Queen Elizabeth is the UK’s longest-reigning monarch, and her recent hospitalization for testing aroused health concerns. In October 2021, she began using a cane as well.

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