Tom Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall’s only son, shared a message on Twitter after the news that his mother will be Queen Elizabeth when Prince Charles becomes king.
The The Duchess of CornwallHis future role within the royal family was enhanced this month when the Queen She expressed her desires To be known as the Queen when Prince Charles takes the throne.
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After a short time, Camila herself mentioned that she was “Very proud and very touching” Announcing the Queen – a momentous decision, especially for Charles, Camilla and their families.
WATCH: Duchess Camilla Reacts to the Future Queen Consort Title
And now the son of the Duchess Tom Parker Bowles He’s back on Twitter for the first time since supporting the Queen.
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Tom is Camilla’s eldest child since her first marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles. The former couple were married from July 1973 until 1994, when they began divorce proceedings after years of separation. Together they share Tom – who is also the godson of Prince Charles – and his younger sister, Laura.
The Duchess with her children Tom and Laura
Rather than focus on royal news, the food critic shared a link to the restaurant’s latest review – an East London Italian restaurant – which he described as “extremely good”.
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Camilla will be known as the Queen Consort when Charles takes the throne
Before the Queen’s approval, which was included in a message marking the 70th anniversary of her accession, Camilla was expected to receive the title Princess Consort when her husband took the throne, a decision announced when the couple married in 2005.
The younger title had reflected sensitivity to public opinion, which was negative towards Camilla in the wake of the collapse of the Prince’s marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales. But in the years that followed, the Duchess weathered the storm and worked hard to earn widespread respect and admiration for her charitable work and loyalty to the royal family.
The Queen has expressed her desire to have the title of her daughter-in-law in the future
On the eve of the Platinum Jubilee, the Queen issued her deeply personal statement, expressing her wishes for the future monarchy.
“I remain forever grateful, and humbled, for the loyalty and affection you still give me,” she said. “And when my son Charles becomes king at the height of time, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support you have given me; and I sincerely hope, when that time comes, that Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her faithful service.”
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