A survey by the “Daily Express” found that more than 60 out of 100 Britons do not like the idea that when Charles becomes king Camilla will become queen consort. The ghost of the beloved Lady Diana still hovers over her. Even the son of the Duchess of Cornwall, Tom Parker Bowles, is skeptical about his mother’s institutional fate.
Charles of England he is the longest-lived heir to the throne.
First in line of succession, when the Queen Elizabeth II his reign will end, the eldest son will become sovereign by dynastic right.
But if the British are not so enthusiastic about the idea and there are those who would like it “to skip a shift” and William, it’s worse for his wife Camilla.
Camilla remains Lady D.
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According to a recent survey of the “Daily Express”in fact, most people in the UK don’t want the Duchess of Cornwall you become queen.
There Parker Bowles she is still seen as the enemy and rival of the beloved Lady Diana.
This is the opinion expressed by over sixty respondents out of a hundred (compared to an overall sample of two thousand adults).
This is a “very high” percentage which, according to the real expert Phil Dampier, “Certainly worries both Charles and Buckingham Palace”.
Dampier explained that the recent death of the Prince Philip, in April, he reminded us that, unfortunately, “Elizabeth II will one day leave us”.
Inevitably, his subjects question the future of the Crown.
The royal expert has no doubts: Camilla did everything to make herself loved. She has good relations with the press and those who know her personally love her. But most of the people will never accept it as queen consort.
Even the eldest son of Camilla, the food critic Tom Parker Bowles, judge of the British version of “MasterChef”, has shown some doubts about the “institutional” future of the duchess.
In an interview with “Times” the man has stated that he does not know if his mother will ever be queen.
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“The truth is that this thing hasn’t been decided yet.”