Prince Charles is next in line as the King of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth territories. It follows that the Duchess of Cornwall will be crowned with a new title as the Queen Consort. Despite the criticisms against their relationship, which started in an affair while the Prince is still married to her ex-wife Princess Diana, it is undeniable that sooner or later the future King will ascend the throne.
The Prince will soon inherit the duties of a king while the Duchess acts as the new Queen Consort. The title is given to the non-royal wife of the King. Staying by the King's side is among the duties of the new Queen Consort. Camilla and the future King is known for their support for each other. The Duchess of Cornwall is seen accompanying him in many engagements.
According to Dickie Arbiter, a spokesman in the Buckingham Palace, said that Camilla has supported her husband, Prince Charles, since their marriage in April 2005 and doing a good job of it ever since.
Ben Elliot, Camilla's nephew, acknowledged the good influence of his aunt to Prince Charles. He said that there is a "genuine, deep-down affection and love" between the two. He also said that his aunt does everything she can do to support him and, at the same time, he's very proud of her.
The new Queen Consort is also expected to take on Leadership Roles. She needs to consider her actions for the good of the people of the United Kingdom. As the Duchess of Cornwall, she became the president or patron of not less than 90 charities all over Britain. As the new Queen Consort, she should expect more duties with the King.
Camilla will continue with her charity works as the new Queen Consort. She is taking the obligations of Prince Philip of handling charities. She needs to align them to the ones that she is most invested in.
According to Penny Junor, a reporter and the author of "The Duchess: Camilla Parker Bowles And The Love Affair That Rocked The Crown," the potential of the Duchess will flourish once she becomes the Queen Consort. The author claimed that Camilla would be a hugely supportive consort. She also noted that Camilla would give Charles the strength and the confidence to do the job he was born to do. The author also assured that Charles would be a better king for having her by his side.