Queen Consort will pay a personal televised tribute to the late Queen, recalling her “wonderful blue eyes” and saying: “I will always remember her smile.”
Camilla will talk about how Queen Elizabeth II has forged her own role over the years in her “tough position” as a “lone woman” in a male-dominated world.
“I can’t remember anyone but the Queen being there,” Queen Consort would add, as one of a large number of countries where, by far, the Queen is the only British monarch they have ever known or can recall.
Queen Consort’s memorial service for her mother-in-law will be broadcast on Sunday – the eve of the Queen’s state funeral – on the BBC, just before national day silence at 8pm.
Mrs. Camilla would say: “She was forever a part of our lives. I’m 75 years old now, and I can’t remember anyone but the Queen being there.
“It must have been very difficult for her, being a single woman.
“There’s no woman as prime minister or president. She’s the only one, so I think she made up her own role.”
When she remembers the late monarch, Mrs Camilla will add: “She had wonderful blue eyes, when she smiled they lit up her whole face.
“I will always remember her smile. It was unforgettable.”
On her eve Platinum Jubilee in February 2022, Queen Elizabeth At the time, the Duchess of Cornwall endorsed being the “Queen Consort”, saying it was her “sincere wish”..
She appealed to the public to support both her daughter-in-law and Charles as he became King.
It was a wise move for the king to, in her late years, put her affairs in order and ensure the transition was as smooth as possible.
It ended years of debate over what Camilla – Charles’ former mistress – would eventually be called.
Camilla was blamed for the breakdown in the prince’s marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, and when news of their affair first came to light, she faced criticism. violently.
But in the decades following the Welsh divorce, Diana’s untimely death in 1997 and Camilla’s admission to The Firm, the public mood towards the former Mrs. Parker Bowles has softened.
Following her wedding to Charles in 2005, Camilla gradually took on a more prominent position in the Royal Family, including riding alongside the Queen during the Diamond Jubilee carriage procession in 2012.
She also began attending the opening of parliament and was appointed a private adviser in 2016 before the Queen’s official 90th birthday.
The Privy Council is an official body of advisers to the Sovereignty of the United Kingdom.
When called in full, she is now known as the Queen, Queen Camilla, and is expected to be crowned Queen at the King’s coronation.