The Prince of Wales’ wife never adopted the title of Princess of Wales so as to not upset those members of the public still mourning Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris on August 31 1997. But this decision should not lead to believe the duchess won’t be crowned Queen following Queen Elizabeth II’s departure, according to Royal expert Charlie Proctor. Arguing this decision should not be influenced by what people think of Camilla, the expert said: “The official line is that when Charles becomes king, Camilla will become Princess Consort. I personally think that is nonsense.
The monarchy is not a popularity contest, and you can’t change titles in fear of certain people still having chips on their shoulder
“When Charles takes to the throne, Camilla will become Queen Consort.
“The monarchy is not a popularity contest, and you can’t change titles in fear of certain people still having chips on their shoulders."
Mr Proctor argued the Duchess of Cornwall is one of the most hardworking royals and has been honoured by the Palace with growing responsibilities since she joined the family upon marrying Charles in 2005.
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Camilla will become an 'excellent' Queen, a royal expert said (Image: GETTY)
This and her warm relationships with her acquired