During the last three months, as part of a memorial package film ed, the Queen Consort, who is 75 years old, has expressed her affection for the late queen and mother-in-law, who passed away at Balmoral Castle on September 8 at Sat the age of 96.
“She’s been a constant in our life for as long as I can remember,” she added. “I’m 75 years old now, and other than the Queen, I don’t recall anybody else being there.”
As she proceeded, the Queen Consort reflected on the late Queen’s reign, which spanned 70 years, saying, “Being a lone woman must have been very challenging for her in many ways.
There were no females serving in either the position of prime minister or president.
Because she was the only one, I believe that she created her own role for herself.”
“She has those amazing blue eyes, and when she smiles, they light up up her entire face,” she continued. “Her grin is something I will never forget. That grin will stay with me forever.”
As the country mourns the loss of the Queen, the Queen Consort and her husband, King Charles III, have been keeping themselves busy by traveling quickly and taking on new official responsibilities after the Queen’s passing.
In his first address as the new king, which was broadcast on television, King Charles, who is 73 years old, formally elevated his wife to the position of Queen Consort.
King Charles declared, “I depend on the loving support of my beloved wife, Camilla.
As a tribute to the devoted public service she has provided on her own since our wedding 17 years ago, I have bestowed upon her the title of Queen Consort.
I am certain that she will meet the requirements of her new post with the same unwavering dedication to her work that has been one of the pillars of my success.”
The new King and Queen of the United Kingdom have just returned from a tour of the United Kingdom that included trips in all four of its nations: Scotland, England, Ireland, and Wales. It was stated that the Queen Consort injured her toe while doing royal duties.