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Congratulation to Prince Charles on emerging news about Camilla will be The Queen

Congratulation to Prince Charles on emerging news about Camilla will be The Queen

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Camilla will be Queen one day, constitutional expert says It has been suggested the Duchess of Cornwall would rather be Princess Consort, but Prince Charles has different succession ideas. As Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall mark their 12th wedding anniversary, a constitutional expert has told Sky News that Camilla will be Queen one day - even if the public doesn't like the idea. There has been growing interest in what will happen at the time of succession when Prince Charles becomes King, including what title Camilla would be given. But Lord Norton of Louth, a peer in the House of Lords and professor at the University of Hull, says the constitutional position is very clear. He said: "Upon the death of the Queen, Charles automatically becomes King - that is it. H...
BIG NEWS: We are happy for Prince William who missed 2017 commonwealth service just to celebrate this

BIG NEWS: We are happy for Prince William who missed 2017 commonwealth service just to celebrate this

Prince William, Royality
The 2017 Commonwealth service took place yesterday at Westminster Abbey, with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall all in attendance. There were, however, two people visibly absent from the annual multi-faith celebration: the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Luckily for everyone, Prince Harry was on hand to represent Kensington Palace at the Commonwealth service, doing a stellar job. Prince William’s absence was explained when photos emerged of the 34-year-old royal enjoying a boys skiing holiday on the slopes of Verbier with close friends, enjoying the Swiss après-ski life until the early hours. Whilst William is unwinding in Switzerland, Kate is said to be enjoying some family time before the couple head to Paris together this weekend. T
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: ‘I Was Brought up as a Child Drinking Wine Like the French’

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: ‘I Was Brought up as a Child Drinking Wine Like the French’

Duchess of Cornwall, Royality
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall may be a member of the British royal family, but she’s more like the French when it comes to her appreciation of wine. Camilla, who is the president of the U.K.’s Vineyard Association, shed some light on the reason behind her interest in the industry during a reception for British winegrowers at Clarence House on Wednesday. “People always ask me how I became involved in it all, well first of all I love wine, but secondly, my father was in the wine business, so I was brought up as a child drinking wine and water rather like the French,” she said. “My grandfather also wrote about wine as did my great-grandfather, so I think it’s very much in my blood and it’s so exciting to see British wine taking off,” she added. She also talked about the effect
Duchess of Cornwall transformed into fairy godmother as BBC launches children’s creative writing competition

Duchess of Cornwall transformed into fairy godmother as BBC launches children’s creative writing competition

Duchess of Cornwall, Royality
The Duchess of Cornwall has helped bring a bit of magic to the BBC's annual short story competition for children. In honour of the launch of this year's 500 Words, a short animation has been released showing Prince Charles' wife as a fairy godmother who encourages a little boy to jump inside his imagination – a world of pirate ships, dragons, giants and gingerbread men – and be inspired to put pen to paper. The Duchess of Cornwall is a passionate advocate for children's literacy This is the seventh year of the 500 Words initiative, created by Radio 2 host Chris Evans, which encourages children around the country to get creative and send in their stories of no more than 500 words. It has proved hugely popular, with more than 123,000 entries last year. The closing date for this yea
Prince of Wales gives tribute to Joan Rivers

Prince of Wales gives tribute to Joan Rivers

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Prince of Wales gives tribute to Joan Rivers     Joan Rivers teased the royal family for decades, but thankfully, they were in on the joke. The Fashion Police host was "surrounded by family and close friends" at the time of her death Thursday. In a statement released to E! News Friday morning, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles offered their condolences. "The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Joan Rivers," a Clarence House spokesperson said. His Royal Highness, 65, added that the comedy icon, 81, "was an extraordinary woman with an original and indefatigable spirit, an unstoppable sense of humor and an enormous zest for life. She will be hugely missed and utterly irreplaceable."   &nbs...