How Camila Feels Becoming Queen

Since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, all eyes have been on King Charles and his wife Camilla Shands. With Charles’s accession to King, it’s royal protocol that Camilla gets a promotion too. After years of a whirlwind love affair that led to 17 years of marriage, and what King Charles calls “steadfast devotion to duty”, Camilla is finally becoming Queen, officially Queen Consort. How will she be addressed going forward? What does her role mean? How does she feel? We’ve got you covered in this video. From her new role comes with quite a few changes and what it actually means to be Queen Consort. To her being the new Queen of Buckingham Palace and making it her new home. Other working and non-working royals will have to address her differently going forward. Things are also changing for her stepsons, Prince William and Harry who will have to bow to her as the Queen she is. Even with these changes some things are staying the same. from her royal duties to her children’s lives, not much will change. Her new title doesn’t come as a surprise, considering the Queen gave her approval for Queen Camilla’s new title as Queen, but Queen Camilla’s life is different now that she’s a Queen and the royal family is stepping into a new ruling era. What are your thoughts on the new titles? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to like, share, and subscribe to The Things Celebrity for more Royal news!


00:00 Intro
00:17 The Queen Got Her Wish
00:58 Not A Princess
01:40 The Greatest Honor
02:08 A Double Coronation
02:51 Relationship With Her Stepsons
03:30 What Can This Queen Do?
04:09 When Your Mother’s A Queen…
04:42 New Social Media
05:15 More Title Changes
06:11 She Can’t Do Everything
06:43 King Charles Believes in His Queen
07:25 Bye-Bye Curtsy
07:54 Moving to Buckingham
08:27 Moving on From the Past
09:05 Diamonds Are A Queen’s Best Friend
09:44 Outro

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Written by: Elizabeth Oloidi
Narrated by: Eric M. Myrick
Edited by: Steven Sune

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