The wife of King Charles III decided to resign. Camilla's decision would certainly not have been to Queen Elizabeth II's liking

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Camilla decided to give up an important tradition. what?

The wife of King Charles III has decided to resign. Camilla's decision would certainly not have been to the liking of Queen Elizabeth II

As the “Pomponik” portal reminds, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, her eldest son Charles sat on the British throne. Even during her lifetime, the former queen expressed her wish that after her departure Camilla would be titled “Queen Consort”. Many people have no doubt that the decision of the new queen would not be to her predecessor's liking. The wife of Charles III decided to give up an important tradition.

The king is dead, long live the king

Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 this year, after 70 years spent on the British throne. After her death, the power fell to the eldest son of Elizabeth II, Charles. The new king immediately had to start fulfilling his duties. It seems that both Charles III and his wife Camilla felt confident and began to introduce their own rules at the court.

Camilla decided to abandon the tradition that the queen consistently cultivated Elizabeth II. We are talking about the resignation of ladies-in-waiting, which were British aristocrats. Camilla decided that there was no place for this function at her court. Many people did not like this.

Camilla's softened stance

And perhaps the voices of dissatisfaction made Camilla decide to soften her position a bit. The wife of Charles III decided to engage some of her friends to help, who are to be referred to as “companions of the queen”.

Among the companions of the new monarch will be m.in. Camilla Parker-Bowles' close friend Lady Sarah Keswick and Jane von Westenholz. The latter arranged Prince Harry's meeting with Meghan Markle years ago. Lady Katharine Brooke, who was a lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth II, will also find a place in this group.

Press reports show that the queen's companions will not give her their company for free, although it is not known how much they will earn.

What do you think of Camilla's decision?

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