Queen Consort Camilla's Title Is Expected To Change Following King Charles’ Coronation.

Camilla Parker-Bowles Became The Duchess Of Cornwall Upon Marrying Prince Charles In 2005.

She Chose Not To Use The Princess Of Wales Title After Prince Charles' Ex-Wife, Princess Diana.

She Became Queen Consort Following Queen Elizabeth Ii's Death In 2021, And Her Title May Change Again After The Coronation.

Camilla will not succeed to the throne because the throne can only be inherited, but she will continue to serve as Queen Consort.

The Wife Of A Reigning King Is Given The Title Of Queen Consort And Is Crowned Alongside The King At The Coronation Ceremony.

The Queen Consort's Primary Role Is To Provide Companionship And Moral And Practical Support To The Reigning Monarch.

The Husband Of A Reigning Queen Is Not Crowned At The Coronation Ceremony.

The Most Recent Consort To A Reigning Monarch Was Prince Philip, Who Held The Position For 60 Years Until His Death In 2021.