After the death of Queen Elizabeth, her son Charles III has been declared the new King of Britain. Along with this, his wife Camille Parker has been given the title of Queen Consort. Camika Parker has not got this title just like that. The reason for this is that she is the wife of Prince Charles. But the big question is whether Camilla will get queen-like rights and power after getting the title of ‘Queen Consort’ or not. Know, what does the rule of the royal family say on getting the post of Queen Consort and what is the meaning of this post?
What is the position of Queen Consort: The post ‘Queen Consort’ is given to the woman who is the wife of the heir of the royal family. While the Queen’s post is kept in reserve, it is available only to those who belong to the generation of the royal family. If understood in easy language, this post is given to the girl born in the royal family. Whose rank, responsibility and power are equal to the king.
It is worth noting that Camilla has got the rank of Queen Consort, not ‘Queen’. The rule of the royal family says that the right to sit on the throne is given to the one who has the blood of the royal family in his veins. That’s why Camilla, along with husband Charles, will definitely help her hand in hand, but she will never get the status of Queen.
A queen consort is not given any position in the government, nor does she have the power to see and sign government documents. His biggest job is to help handle the British Empire. Of course, after getting this position, Camilla has also got some other posts. For example, she has become the president of more than 90 charity organizations.
Camilla was Charles’ second wife. His first wife was Diana Spencer. Charles was married to Camilla after Diana divorced. Both got married after divorcing their first partner. In such a situation, the question was raised whether Camilla would get the post of Queen Consort. When Charles was asked the same question in 2010, he did not give an exact answer, but when Queen Elizabeth was asked the same question in February this year, which was his answer – I want Camilla to take over this post after I leave.