Sun. Jul 3rd, 2022

Prince Charles lobbies allegedly for his wife Camilla to earn the title of queen when he first takes over the throne, to great frustration Prince Harry and Prince William.

It told the historian Robert Lacey Newsweek Charles has privately fought for full queen status for the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, and claims the royal brothers are “sick” of it.

“Privately, I discovered that both brothers are completely sick with the back teeth of Charles trying to negotiate full queen status for Camilla,” Lacey told the publication.

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Prince William and Prince Harry are reportedly frustrated with Prince Charles. (Getty)

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When Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005, the royal family concluded that the Duchess would become ‘Princess Consort’ when her husband was appointed monarch.

“As was explained at the time of their wedding in April 2005, it is intended that the Duchess will be known as HRH The Princess Consort when the Prince of Wales takes the throne,” the royal family’s website once said.

However, according to Newsweek, the statement was removed around March 2018.

Camilla’s official title, when Charles takes over the throne, has been the subject of debate amid Queen Elizabeth’s recent ill health.

Penny Junor, author of Camilla’s Authorized Biography, The Duchess, also advocated that the Duchess be given the status of queen.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
It is still unknown whether Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will receive the title of queen when Prince Charles takes over the throne. (Getty)

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“I think she should be queen. There is no reason on earth why she should not be. They were both divorced and the past was unfortunate,” Junor wrote.

“It happened. All over the world, people are getting divorced, they are making mistakes, and they are getting divorced. She has been married to him for 16 years. She has been an amazing Duchess.

“She has slowly, slowly worked her way into the role. There is no point in her being in competition with him. She has put her name to some very brave purpose.”

Andrew Morton, who wrote Princess Diana’s 1992 biography Diana: Her true story, who revealed Charles’ affair with Camilla, said the public has still not fully accepted Camilla as a member of the royal family.

“He’s married to someone who, as Diana famously said, was the third wheel in the marriage,” Morton said. Newsweek.

“Both brothers are completely sick to the back teeth of Charles, who is trying to negotiate full queen status for Camilla,” a commentator claims. (Getty)

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“But Camilla is cast – just as dutiful, just as good to him as loving, everything else – then there is a significant segment of British society that will never accept her. And I’m afraid it’s reflected in the vote. “

According to a UK YouGov poll in May, only 13 per cent of Britons believe Camilla should receive the title of “queen”, compared with 41 per cent who believe she should be called a “Princess Consort”.

A further 28 per cent of respondents thought the Duchess should have no title at all.

The Queen Mother, mother of Queen Elizabeth II and wife of King George VI, was given the title of Queen while her husband was alive, but was known as the “Queen Spouse” for stating that she was not the monarch.

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Camilla and Prince Charles at the ‘No Time To Die’ premiere with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. (Getty)

In an interview with Sunday Times in April, Camilla’s son Tom Parker Bowles admitted he “honestly” did not know what his mother’s title would be.

“I honestly do not know if mother is called queen,” said the author, 46.

“It’s not decided. There’s a lot of interesting Sky documentaries about it, I’m sure, but I honestly do not know if that’s true.”

An insider told Us Weekly in 2020, the Prince of Wales plans to “serve as King with Duchess Camilla by his side” when his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, decides to abdicate.

“This is something he has dreamed about all his life – he sees it as his birthright, and Her Majesty would find it extremely difficult to deprive him of it,” the source said.

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