What a load of rubbish, the press has now hit a new low by publishing rubbish to sell their stories. All this 'I plan to make Camilla my Queen' is all rubbish, Prince Charles knows perfectly well that Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall (officially the Princess of Wales, yes people… she is the Princess of Wales if we go by the laws and conventions governing the Monarchy!) will be Queen once he ascends to the British and Commonwealth thrones, so there is no need for 'secret plots'.
All this nonsense of secret plots, meetings, etc, etc… are all untrue stories published by the press in a desperate attempt to make money; they sink lower and lower every day by publishing all this nonsense. I find it funny, they say this source said this, or that, or that this other secret inside source thinks this or that this will happen. Seriously people… Ah! Wait, I know… I will phone one these papers and make up a completely untrue and yet juicy story about Prince Andrew and say I am someone close to the Prince in order to make my story look somewhat credible.
Every story that these 'respectful and credible' members of the press publish makes stronger my believe that the sources these people use are something like what I suggested above, random people with untrue stories, or perhaps even the same people that publish the stories make it all up in order to sell their story.
The article reads: “The heir to the throne has held top-level meetings with his main advisor, constitutional experts and religious leaders to secure his wife the title she’s desperate for.” - Sure… the Prince’s regular meetings with top-level officials are always about him, and about a secret plot to make Camilla Queen, yeah yeah! I really do need to speak to the person who published this article; I really do need to know who his sources are, because really a meeting behind closed doors between the Prince and whom ever he is meeting with is not something we get access to. I would have to ask them, did they sit around a round table? This entire 'plot' sounds like a medieval story of some sort to me, you know with plots to make someone Queen, secret meetings and all…
When the Prince of Wales ascends to the throne his wife will automatically become Queen Consort. Everybody knows and accepts the fact that the wife of a King is a Queen - quite simple really!
An Act of Parliament or Order-in-Council are required to change Monarchical convention and the laws that govern the institution of Monarchy, for the Duchess not to become Queen on her husband’s accession to the throne one of those would be required and the likeliness of one being written up and then approved are quite unlikely.
I personally do not see the Queen signing an Order-in-Council that would change the British Monarchy to something more like the Monarchy of Morocco where the wife of a King is not Queen, but instead only just a Princess!
Further down, the article reads: “The ruling was established in 1936 during the abdication crisis involving King Edward VIII.” – What ruling? That the wife of King is automatically Queen? Oh please! There were no rulings; there were no Acts of Parliament, no nothing! It is a convention that has been around forever that a wife of a King is a Queen! Remember King Henry VIII and his six wives? Who by the way were all Crowned Queens of England.
The Queen’s views on Camilla are largely unknown, we after all known practically nothing when it comes to the views of our Sovereign, so I will speak from what I have seen, and not from what I heard or read… Her Majesty the Queen and the Duchess are not close like for example the Countess of Wessex is to Her Majesty, but this does not mean The Queen dislikes the Duchess, they just happen to not share the same wavelength so to speak, though they have so very many things in common, like the love for the outdoors for example.
They get on quite well when together, a clear sign of approval is the granting of the Royal Family Order by Her Majesty to the Duchess of Cornwall not long ago, this a personal gift of the Sovereign and only given to close and hard-working female members of the Royal Family.