While the Duchess of Cornwall will be viewed as 'Queen' when the Prince of Wales becomes King, there are no promises made by Buckingham Palace that she will be given the title, as members of the British public remain convinced Camilla is not fit for the role.
For all intents and purposes, Camilla is undertaking royal engagements and duties that any future queen would, as well as being a patron and member of multiple charities and organisations.
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Clarence House has announced that when Charles assumes his position on the throne, Camilla will go by the title 'Princess Consort', and not 'Queen'.
Despite this, people still don't believe Camilla is ready for the role.
Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla Parker Bowles stand during a welcome ceremony at Buckingham Palace on the first day of the US president and First Lady.
According to a new Court Circular report, Camilla has undertaken a meagre 57 per cent of the official royal engagements Queen Elizabeth II has taken on this year
As of September, Camilla has worked just 69 engagements, coming in as the eighth hardest working royal out of 15 royal family members.
That means the future queen is in the bottom half of her family when it comes to her work ethic.
Duchess of Cornwall attends the 2019 Braemar Highland Games, September 2019.
By comparison, Her Majesty has completed a whopping 122 official engagements this year.
Queen Elizabeth II is known as one of the hardest working monarch's England has ever had, with the 93-year-old wielding an impressive legacy - will Camilla match up?
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