The latest rumors revealed that Prince Charles’ second wife Camilla Parker Bowles, is reportedly serious about the Queenship. Is the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton furious over the news that Camilla would be the next Queen of England? Read on to get more details.
“Palace Confirms William & Kate, King & Queen!” has been the headlines on the cover of OK! Magazine’s September issue.
The Magazine also reported that Queen Elizabeth is giving up the throne after about 63 years. The source also reported that Prince Charles desires to take up the crown, and is furious about Elizabeth’s decision.
It seems that Charles could not accept William & Kate becoming the King & Queen, as he has spent his entire life “waiting to succeed his mother.” The source also added that Charles has allegedly consoled himself even though he was fuming over the news initially. According to Washington Post, Charles said, in 2012, that he is “impatient to succeed his mother.”
Based on a report from KDrama Stars, Queen Elizabeth would celebrate her 90th birthday in April 2016, and announce her retirement. The source also reported that William & Middleton’s “purported coronation” would take place after that.
The most recent rumors claimed that Prince Charles’ second wife Camilla is not taking anything lightly. It seems that the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge are in power struggle to become the Queen of England.
“This is my time and soon everyone will be calling me Queen Camilla – including YOU,” the Duchess of Cornwall told the Duchess of Cambridge, reported Globe Magazine.
Reports even claimed that Kate Middleton has lost weight suddenly due to the fear of losing the Queenship, and because of her feud with Camilla Parker Bowles. Indeed, Middleton’s health has been affected a lot due to the pressure and stress involved in competing with Camilla for the Queenship. Some reports even claimed the Duchess of Cambridge’s sudden weight loss is due to the feud between her and William’s step mother.
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