Camilla will be called Queen, not Queen Consort after King Charles’ coronation: report

Queen Consort Camilla is reportedly getting a title change that appears to go against the wishes of her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II.

The change in title will likely come after the May coronation of King Charles III, the Daily Mail reported Saturday, citing unnamed sources.

The former Camilla Parker-Bowles has been married to King Charles since 2005 and had been known as the Duchess of Cornwall until Queen Elizabeth II’s death in September.

When Charles ascended to the throne, she became Queen Consort.

The latest change in title goes against the dictate of the late queen, who outlined her wishes for Camilla in a February 2022 letter.