Queen Camilla handed new royal title in midst of King Charles and Kate Middleton’s recovery

Queen Camilla handed new royal title in midst of King Charles and Kate Middleton's recovery.


Unlike Kate Middleton, who chose not to share any details regarding her much-talked about planned abdominal surgery, King Charles opted to break the royal tradition of keeping their medical record a secret and shared information about his procedure of enlarged prostate during which it was discovered he had cancer.

His decision was widely praised by the media and the public, with royal experts thanking him for raising awareness. The same couldn’t be said about the Princess of Wales, however, according to them.

Currently, with Kate taking her time to recuperate and the King receiving treatments in London, the number of working royals is at the minimum, but the royals still manage to fulfill their duties mainly thanks to Prince William and Queen Camilla.

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As per royal expert Jennie Bond, the King’s decision to disclose his cancer diagnosis with the public has to do with Camilla advising him to do so.

“I’m sure Camilla will have encouraged the King to break with royal tradition and be open about his diagnosis. She’s a very straightforward person, which is one of the most refreshing things about her,” Bond told the Mirror.

“And, when she’s not out on manoeuvres for the firm, she’ll be fussing over him like any other doting wife. For a couple in their mid to late seventies, news like this is a sharp and unwelcome reminder of human mortality. But they both have a big job to do, with limited years to do it. And so they may well see this as a blessing in disguise. A cancer has been detected, it is being treated and the expectation is that the King will be back to full time duties just as soon as possible.”

Queen Camilla has been seen extensively in public the last month. Some weeks ago, she took a six-hour drive from Sandringham, where King Charles spends his time between treatments, to Wiltshire for a charity musical evening from where she gave an update on Charles’ health state.

“He’s doing extremely well under the circumstances,” Queen Camilla said, adding that King Charles is “touched by the public’s support.”

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The King himself released a statement recently, thanking everyone for their well-wishes, and then took his time to thank his people once again during his meeting with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

“I’ve had so many wonderful messages and cards. It’s reduced me to tears most of the time,” King Charles told Sunak.

“I hear there’s been a lot more attention and interest on those main, wonderful cancer charities, many of which I’ve been patron for years,” he added and laughed.

As of Camilla, who isn’t keen about living a life under the spotlight, she’s serving the Crown at the best of her abilities and is even giving speeches, another thing she’s known not to be fond of.

“She has gone to as many engagements as possible that King Charles would have done, which is a huge load, but she’ll do it with grace,” royal expert and author Angela Levin said during an appearance on GB News.” She would do her absolute best to stand by him.”

About Camilla’s disliking of speaking in public, Levin said, “She’s learned all that and I think it’s a marvelous thing that she’s done,” adding that Camilla truly is King Charles’ “rock” through this difficult time.

“She’s absolutely there when she’s needed,” Levin concluded.

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“I feel like on the heels of Camilla taking on solo engagements daily last week…to see Camilla step up, keep calm and carry on, and knowing what she’s also managing with her own kind of reactions and mental health over what’s going on with her husband, it’s the whole difference between duty and family,” Roberta Fiorito said, as reported by Express.

“You have to continue what you have to do for the crown, but you also have to process your emotions over Charles’s cancer diagnosis.”

Further, they added that Camilla must have a hard time putting on a brave face in the midst of her husband’s health battle and “bite her tongue about the real issues that were going on.”

“I think that has to be so incredibly hard, and such a heavy, heavy burden, to do while in public, too. It’s a lot to balance all at once,” Bowie said on Royally Obsessed.

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On February 13, Queen Camilla was made Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers during an Installation ceremony at Clarence House. The Worshipful Company of Fan Makers can be traced back to 1670, “when a Guild was formed via a petition to Parliament concerning the threat of imported fans.” 

“I’m very proud to be part of the family,” Queen Camilla told the assembled Liverymen at Clarence House.

Peter Dove, Master of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers, said, “Amazing, because we’re a small company, we’re not well known, we’re a little bit different.”

“We are absolutely thrilled to have somebody who is interested in fans in her own right, this is something for her really, and we just hope that will be a two-way street – she’ll be a good ambassador for us,” he added.

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