• Queen Elizabeth II wants Camilla to be the 'Queen Consort'

    Digital Desk: United Kingdom's Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday stated that she wanted Prince Charles' wife Camilla to be dressed as Queen Consort when he becomes king, cementing her position at the core of the royal household after being deemed an outsider. On occasion, Queen Elizabeth wrote a note to mark the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne. She penned that the occasion had given her a break to reflect upon the British people's devotion and attachment. The Queen further stated that she expected Charles and Camilla would receive the same backing from the people of Britain. "It is my heartfelt yearning that, when that time arrives, Camilla will be comprehended as Queen Consort as she resumes her dedicated assistance," Elizabeth stated. Also Read: A Shocking CCTV footage of a young man falling on a metro track has gone viral Charles and Camilla, long-time enthusiasts, were wedded in 2005 in a civil tradition in Windsor. On Saturday, their Clarence House place stated that they were "touched and celebrated by Her Majesty's remarks". According to British history, a king's wife is generally Queen Consort. Camilla officially chose to utilize Princess Consort's title if Charles were to become king. Queen Elizabeth's decision mirrors a broader approval of Camilla's standing as a monarchial. On Saturday, Queen Elizabeth booted off carnivals for the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne by asking residents groups to her Sandringham place in the East of England. The Queen, portrayed grinning and fraying a light blue dress, cut a celebratory cake baked by a local and heard a rendition of "Congratulations" played by a concert band. "I remain forever thankful for and humbled by the commitment and attachment that you continue to give me," the Queen expressed in her letter to the public.

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