However, Prince Charles may still "insist" that Camilla receives the title of Queen.
"Charles will try and press for her to be crowned Queen," Birkenhead MP Frank Field – who works closely with the Duchess as patron of his Foundation Years Trust – told Junor.
"And it is right that he should do so. We have no known basis of the wife of the King not being crowned Queen. It is how that goal is achieved which is crucially important."
A member of Camilla's family expressed "worry" over Camilla having to assume the title of Queen, telling Junor:
"Between Diana and the Queen is a hard place to be. How is she going to be judged? It’s going to be such shake-up."
"I think it would be better for her if she became Princess Consort."
Since the Duchess of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales married in 2005, Camilla has become a hardworking member of the royal family and has won the acceptance of Queen Elizabeth II.
Camilla and Prince Charles initially struggled to gain their footing as a couple – largely due to the fact that they had engaged in an affair while Charles was still married to the commonly adored Princess of Wales, Diana.
Junor also noted that the title of Queen is not a legally binding requirement for the wife of the King, but is instead "established through custom and practice."
"In the past, the wives of kings have been known as Queens Consort – but they have never arrived in that position via the divorce courts."
She continues: "I have little doubt that Charles is so proud of Camilla and so grateful for everything she has done for him and sacrificed for him, that he will insist she gets the full title."
According to Express, it was announced that Camilla would be known as Her Royal Highness The Princess Consort when Charles becomes King after their royal wedding in 2005.