With the departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Camilla Parker Bowles has gained momentum within the royal family. According to an expert, her influence with the queen would be “even more important” after the Megxit.
Almost twenty-five years after the death of Princess Diana, the image of Camilla Parker Bowles has changed. The departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry from the royal family in early 2020 has propelled the wife of Prince Charles. She is the patron of many charities such as Beanstalk, Battersea Dog and Cats Home, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and SafeLives. “We can’t forget the Duchess of Cornwall. She’s the future queen, no matter what people say. And she’s just the support Charles needs,” observed royal expert Marlene Koening in the columns of Express.co.uk.
At 74, Camilla Parker Bowles would embody “the future” of the firm. Even more than Sophie of Wessex, the 56-year-old countess. “She is even more important than Sophie because she is married to Charles. And I think we can not forget all the work she has done, “analyzes the royal specialist in the British media. “In the next few years, you will also have Princess Anne and other members of the family,” she adds, noting that these personalities are getting older. But Camilla Parker Bowles should be, according to the specialist, in the foreground in 2022, especially at the time of the celebration of the Queen’s platinum jubilee, to celebrate her 70 years on the throne.
All eyes should be on the wife of Prince Charles, unless Meghan Markle and Prince Harry finally decide to attend the event. Because, according to the expert, the queen would like to use her jubilee to get closer to the couple who left the royal family. However, they would remain appreciated there. In their absence, the 95-year-old monarch has become closer to the wife of his son. But there would still be hope for a possible reconciliation between the parents of Archie and Lilibet Diana and the queen. “I think it would just send a good message. It would be the Queen saying, ‘You are my family. And I think that would be very important,” Marlene Koening explained in Express.co.uk.
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