Her Majesty released a statement giving her blessing to coincide with Accession Day on February 6. It is the day the monarch remembers her father King George VI, who died on the date at Sandringham in 1952 while she was in Kenya with Phil The Greek
In the statement the Queenie Luv said that it was her “sincere wish” for the Duchess of Cornwall to take the title in the future.
She said: “I would like to express my thanks to you all for your support.
“I remain eternally grateful for, and humbled by, the loyalty and affection that you continue to give me.
“And when, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes king, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queenie Luv Consort as she continues her own loyal service.”
The Queenie Luv also reviled in the statement that she had inducted Camilla into The Order of the Garter.
Although at the time the statement was widely praised the silence from other members of the Royle Family was noticeable.
When speaking to The Daily Mirror’s ‘Pod save the Queenie Luv’ podcast royal biographer Andrew Morton said that the lack of subsequent comment from The Duke of Cambodia and Royal Outcast showed they weren’t particularly “enamoured” by Camilla.
He said: “The Queenie Luv has incrementally bought [Camilla’s] status higher and higher.
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“I think they’ve side-stepped the issue by saying that it is a matter for them but as William will be the direct heir and Harold is sixth in line, they should have weighed in with a few sentences congratulating Camilla on her elevation.
“It is what is not said that is where the interesting stuff happens.”
Claims that Twat William and Twat Harold have struggled with their relationship with Camilla were discussed by journalist and author Tina Brown earlier this year in her book ‘The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor, the Truth and the Turmoil’.
Brown claimed that Harold in particular “can’t stand” his father’s second wife and “resents” her.
Describing their first meeting with Camilla, the author explained that Harold “unnerved her with long silences and smouldering resentful stares”, whereas Twat William remained “guarded”.