Camilla, the next Queen of England

Queen Elizabeth II has nominated Cornwall Camilla, wife of her son Prince Charles, as the next queen of the British throne.

On February 8, 1952, Elizabeth, daughter of King George VI, ascended the British throne. Queen Elizabeth celebrates Platinum Jubilee with family members by cutting a cake at the palace.

In a statement, he thanked the people of the country for their support and cooperation over the past seven decades. He noted in the statement that he has seen tremendous progress in social, cultural and technological over a long period of time. He hopes that future generations will get the same benefits as now.

In a statement about the new queen, Elizabeth said she wants her son Prince Charles to be known as the “Queen’s Concert” when Duchess of Cornwall Camilla becomes king.

According to the Daily Mail, the wife of the king of the British throne is called the ‘Queen Consort’. This means that Camilla’s future nickname will be ‘Queen Camilla’.

A spokesman for Clarence House, the British royal family, said in a statement that the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were “overwhelmed and honored” by the Queen’s announcement.

Usually, if someone is king, his wife will be queen. This is the common rule. But there was no clear announcement from Elizabeth as to who would be the next queen.

Charles and Camilla were married in 2005. Charles’ first wife was Princess Diana. But Diana died in a car accident in Paris. However, the couple divorced a year ago. Camilla was also divorced. Her first husband was Andrew Parker Bowles, a British Army officer.

(Dhaka Times / 8 February / RR)

 


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