This happens to Queen Camilla if King Charles dies

This happens to Queen Camilla if King Charles dies

Britain's King Charles (75 years old) has been characterized by health challenges over the past month.

In January, it became known that the 75-year-old was going to undergo surgery for an enlarged prostate. The operation was successful, but after a short time Buckingham Palace was able to announce that Charles had been diagnosed with cancer.

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In this regard, he will step back from his official duties, but will continue to carry out paperwork.

This may mean that Prince William (41 years old) will have to intervene, as he is first in the line of succession and will one day take the throne. But what happens to Queen Camilla (76 years old) if her husband dies?

Buckingham Palace reported that King Charles, 75, has been diagnosed with cancer.
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This is Camilla's daily life

– In such a scenario, her title would still be Queen Camilla, historian and royal house expert Trond Noren Isaksen tells Se og Hør.

I had to stay in a hotel

I had to stay in a hotel


Isaksen continues:

– She will no longer be able to work as a treasury advisor, and naturally she will not accompany the king on official visits, parliamentary openings, and the like.

Royal Couple: It's only been two years since King Charles and Queen Camilla took the throne.  Photo: James Vesey/Shutterstock/NTB

Royal Couple: It's only been two years since King Charles and Queen Camilla took the throne. Photo: James Vesey/Shutterstock/NTB
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Despite the fact that Camilla will no longer be head of state, the Royal House expert explains that the 76-year-old will still have acting and patronage duties.

Over time, Camilla has been a sponsor or president of over 100 organizations.

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-He loves alternative medicine


History is full of examples of queens who survived the kings they married, as Isaacson says, the most notable of which are:

– The most recent example in Europe is Queen Fabiola of Belgium, who was widowed when King Baudouin died in 1993 and who herself died in 2014. In the United Kingdom, the most recent example is King Charles' grandmother, who was widowed when George VI died in 2014. She was born in 1952 and held the title “Queen Mother” until her death in 2002.

Queen Camilla and King Charles leave Clarence House after meeting with the Prince. Video: Talk TV.
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Married for 19 years

After Queen Elizabeth died in September 2022, Charles became king and Camilla became queen. The royal couple married in 2005, in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall.

Breaking the silence about the father

Breaking the silence about the father


It is known that both parties were married to others before they got married.

In 1981, Charles and Princess Diana married at St. Paul's Cathedral in Great Britain. The wedding was watched by more than 750 million people around the world. Together they had sons William (41 years old) and Harry (39 years old).

On the other hand, Camilla was married to Andrew Parker Bowles (84 years old) from 1973 to 1995.

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