Camilla Parker-Bowles continued to uphold royal traditions and protocol by asking Buckingham Palace staff not to refer to her as the wife of Charles III. Now, days after her coronation, Camilla has demanded that they not only refer to her as the Queen of England, she also demands the treatment of “Most Excellent” and “Royal Highness,” once again making her Shows off her diva air after being left behind. As a past ‘Charles’ lover’, the woman Britain once hated.
Camilla Parker-Bowles’s scandalous affair with Prince Charles became the focus of a failed “marriage of three”, which was publicly denied by Lady Dee in an explosive interview in 1995. Even after the tragic death of the ‘princess of the city’, allegations of involvement in the break-up of that marriage haunted Camilla for years. In fact, Prince Harry referred to her as the “evil stepmother” of the story, the “villain”, and accused her of being a dangerous and manipulative woman who would go out of her way to clear her name. Went. These allegations have crossed the limits of Carlos III, but the British Royal House has preferred to remain silent in the face of Harry’s words in his memoir ‘Spare’.
The force behind the throne: Camilla, ally and supporter of King Carlos III
In contrast to Charles III’s resentment of Princess Diana’s popularity, Camilla’s presence in his life is entirely different. Camilla lets him shine, doesn’t dominate him with her presence, supports him in each of his decisions and doesn’t steal the spotlight. There is something impossible in his marriage to Princess Diana, the most photographed woman in the world and the most beloved in the history of the United Kingdom. Camilla’s opinion is valued by the new British monarch and he turns to her first when he has to make an important decision. Because of Camilla’s great influence over her husband, she has become an authority figure in the Palace, who demands to be treated like a queen and who does not tolerate that her orders are not followed.
From villain to queen: Camilla Parker-Bowles’ impressive journey of redemption in the British monarchy
Known as ‘Lady Boss’ (The Boss) at Buckingham Palace, Camilla Parker-Bowles has made it clear that her position in the British royal family is not just a title bestowed upon her by Elizabeth II months before her death . Your voice has a lot of impact and your role is important in decision making. And although she has proved to be a valuable ally to the regime of Carlos III, she has also shown that she can be a staunch opponent if need be.
Now, Camilla Parker-Bowles’ coronation as Queen of England, not her husband’s wife, promises to be a successful result of her amazing transformation. The woman who was once despised for being the mistress of the heir to the British throne has finally become a figure so powerful that everyone refers to her as ‘the most excellent Queen Camilla’.