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Queen Camilla? Duchess given HUGE honour by the Queen and for Remembrance day.


Queen Elizabeth was joined by the Camilla and Kate on the balcony to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War one at the Cenotaph.

The senior royals watched on from the office balcony as Charles led the ceremony on Queen’s behalf for the second successive year.

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The event marked 100 years since the signing of the treaty which ended the battle on the Western Front of the great war. It was on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.

That time was a horrific pool death.

Between July 28, 1914 and November 11, 1918 over 800,000 UK troops lost their lives. It was estimated that 20 million soldiers and civilians were also killed around the world.

Camilla was given the honour to be beside the Queen as Prince Charles took on additional royal duties. Once Charles takes the throne, it is expected that Camilla will take on the title of Queen Consort.

However, many believe she will be granted the title of Queen.

Royal author, Penny Junor writing in ‘The Duchess: The Untold Story’ said:-

“I have little doubt that Charles is so proud of Camilla, and is so grateful for everything she has done for him, that he will insist she gets the full title”.

When Charles and Camilla’s engagement was announced in February of 2005, a royal statement said:-

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“It is intended that Mrs Parker Bowles should use the title of HRH The Princess Consort. It will be so, when The Prince of Wales accedes to the throne”.

All the royal members were present at the ceremony except for Prince Philip.

In addition to William, Harry, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, and Prince Michael of Kent all laid tributes to Britain’s veterans.

The ceremony was followed by the annual Royal British Legion’s Veterans Parade. In the afternoon, 10,000 members of the public were invited. It was for the process past the Cenotaph for “A Nation’s Thank You – The People’s Procession”.

The day concluded with a service of Thanksgiving at the Westminster Abbey.