Camilla is now officially Queen. This is according to her biography page on the royal family’s homepage. The “Consort” was removed from their title on Coronation Day (6 May). She is now referred to as “Her Majesty the Queen” and “The Queen” throughout the website. From the accession of her husband, King Charles III. (74), in September 2022 she was listed as “Queen Consort”, i.e. king’s wife.

Last February, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) personally announced her desire for Camilla to bear the title “Queen Consort” when Charles eventually succeeds to the throne. This title had long been in question. When Camilla married then-Prince Charles in 2005, it was said that she would be referred to as “Princess Consort”. However, the Queen’s blessing was already a hint that Camilla would also be crowned alongside her husband – and now the change is official.

The Queen died on September 8, 2022 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland aged 96 after a reign of more than 70 years.