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After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, the responsibility of the royal family has fallen on her son, Prince Charles. After the meeting of the Privy Council, he will be formally declared the new King of Britain. In addition, his wife, Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, will receive the title of Queen Consort. That is, she will be the ‘Queen’ of Britain. According to the reports, the ‘Kohinoor’ crown of the British royal family will now remain with them. With this, after more than seven decades, a new woman will be called ‘Empress’. After many years of debate in Britain, this title was decided due to Queen Elizabeth II. The decision to grant Camilla the title of Queen Consort was made in the days when Camilla and Charles were growing closer to each other and were not married. It was decided that 75-year-old Camilla would take the title, but she would be given the title without any sovereign right.
Why not get sovereign rights?
The king’s wife is traditionally the ‘queen’, but what would be Camilla’s title if Charles became king has been a deeply vexed question over the years. Indeed, his position in the monarchy has always been a sensitive issue due to the grief in the hearts of people after the death of Charles’s ex-wife Princess Diana in a car accident in 1997 and Camilla being Charles’ second wife. Palace officials said for years that Camilla would probably be given the title of ‘princess consort’ instead of the traditional ‘queen consort’ if Charles became king. According to royal officials, there is no instance of the title ‘Princess Consort’ in the history of the British monarchy. A similar title ‘Prince Consort’ was used only once for Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria. However, this discussion ended when Queen Elizabeth II made a public announcement that Camilla would be given the title of ‘Queen Consort’ if her son Prince Charles became king.
What is Kohinoor?
Kohnoor is a 105.6 carat diamond, which has a special place in history. This diamond was found in India in the 14th century and remained with different families for the next several centuries. The diamond was handed over to Queen Victoria in 1849 after British rule was established in Punjab. Since then this diamond is part of the crown of Britain. However, there have been disputes between four countries including India regarding its right.

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After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, the responsibility of the royal family has fallen on her son, Prince Charles. After the meeting of the Privy Council, he will be formally declared the new King of Britain. In addition, his wife, Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, will receive the title of Queen Consort. That is, she will be the ‘Queen’ of Britain. According to the reports, the ‘Kohinoor’ crown of the British royal family will now remain with them. With this, after more than seven decades, a new woman will be called ‘Empress’.

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