The Prince of Wales will be crowned King when Queen Elizabeth II either steps down or passes away. But Buckingham Palace has previously stated Camilla will be known as Princess Consort instead of Queen.
However, the Duchess of Cornwall’s son, Tom Parker-Bowles said there could be a chance Camilla could receive the Queen title as her role has not been decided yet.
He told The Times: “I honestly don’t know if Mum will be called Queen.
“That hasn’t been decided.
“There are lots of interesting Sky documentaries about that I’m sure, but I honestly don’t know if that’s true.”
When Charles and Camilla announced their wedding back in 2005, the Palace said: “It is intended that Mrs Parker-Bowles should use the title HRH The Princess Consort when the Prince of Wales accedes to the Throne.”
Charles and Camilla first began their relationship in the early 1970s but she called it off to marry Andrew Parker-Bowles.
Charles has since admitted he later had an affair with Camilla despite being married to Diana.
Following Charles and Diana’s divorce in 1996, Camilla and Charles were pictured together for the first time in public back in 1999.
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“I think most people still are [coming around to the thought of Charles and Camilla].
“Whichever side you take, you have to acknowledge Camilla was the source of the conflict and the heart of the marital breakdown [of Charles and Diana] from whose consequences these boys [William and Harry] have suffered.”
Mr Lacey went on to say how Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, are “more attractive to most Britons” than Charles and Camilla.
Last year, Charles and Camilla faced backlash following the release of the fourth season of The Crown.
The new season featured topics including Prince Charles’ marriage to Princess Diana, and portrayed his affair with Camilla and the Princess of Wales’ eating disorder.
Royal experts lashed out at the latest season, with expert Richard Fitzwilliams saying Charles is portrayed as “selfish and insecure”.
He said: “He is self-pitying and brutal to Diana after, for example, her success in New York.
“His physicality is curious, it heightens the aura of inadequacy which this portrayal emphasises.
“He is in love with Camilla but viewers will not sympathise with this portrayal.
“It is made clear that he is a product of an extremely dysfunctional family.”