ANSWERS: 26
  • The wife of the King, is the Queen, the title she chooses may be different ( Princess Consort for example ). But she will be Queen, and I can't see a problem with this. Time to let the past lie and look towards the future.
  • I don't know. What exactly are the qualifications required for this job?
  • As she is Prince Charles' wife then yes, i think she should become Queen. Mistakes were made in the past but i think it's time to forget the past and move on, they're only human after all.
  • O H*ll no... Never gonna happen...
  • If Prince Charles becomes king it would take an Act of Parliament to stop her from being the Queen; the consort of a king is a queen, simple as that. By the time it happens the PR men will have been working to improve her image. In fact her image is improving all the time already.
  • she will right? I hate it but that won't change anything I suppose. Lady D should become the queen even if only simbolically
  • I would vote for it, if I lived in England, and it was a vote-able matter.
  • Sure, as long as I still have Chipotle.
  • No, she is a bad woman. I really hope she does not.
  • She won't become "The Queen of England" - but she will become "HM Queen Camilla" unless Charles dies before Elizabeth, and there's not a danged thing anyone can do about it. She and Charles may decide to call her something else, but there is no reason to do so, and I hope they do NOT... Note, she cannot become "HM The Queen Camilla" - Camilla will only be a Queen Consort, not a Queen Regnant and therefore does not get a "The" in her title.
  • I don't care!
  • No, but I think Carmella should.
  • I think I'm ready to lose my lunch at the thought ... and I don't even live in England!
  • NNNNNNNNNNNNNNoooooooooooooooooooooooo
  • No she should not be Queen Charles cannot be King until they change the rules. A person who is divorced cannot be a Monarch or the Head of the Church of England.
  • could i just point Out that Our Present Queen is Not just "Queen of England" but she is Queen of England,Scotland,Wales,Northern Ireland =The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland I'm from Northern Ireland and find it Very insulting when people refer to Elizabeth II as the "Queen Of England " shes Our Queen to shes the Queen of the Whole of the United Kingdom !!!!!!!!!!!!
  • She will be titled Queen but her position of queen will not be the same as that of Elizabeths.
  • No the only throne she should sit on has a roll of toilet paper on the wall.
  • Very unlikely.
  • It ain't gonna happen, Denise.
  • If you are married to a king doesn't that do it automatically?
  • When Prince Charles ascends the throne as king, Camilla is automatically queen. However, Camilla has indicated that she intends to use the title of princess consort
  • Answer withdrawn by poster because of accidental duplication.
  • First, "Queen of England" is just shorthand for "Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" -- UK for short. Everyone knows what "Queen of England" means, but it's best to use "Queen of the UK". Second, Camilla will never be a queen regnant like Elizabeth. Queens regnant are women who reign in their own right, having inherited the throne from a relative. Camilla will be a queen consort, which is the title for the wife of a king. Queens consort have no powers and no inheritance rights to the throne. Should she use the title? Why not? It's not as though it ever belonged to Diana, after all. And if she can't use the title because she and Charles had an affair, then why can Charles be king? There is no precedent for the title "Princess Consort," it doesn't exist in the UK, and given how long ago the affair occurred, how many years have passed since Diana's death and Camilla and Charles's marriage, I see no reason why Camilla shouldn't use the title that will be hers by right, as the wife of the king.

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