‘Ideally suited’ Kate Middleton to take on ‘Queen’ role unlike Camilla in future changes

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As Prince Charles is next in line to the throne, Camilla will assume the position of Princess Consort instead of Queen. The royal couple agreed the title would be changed to Princess Consort when they wed in 2005.

A statement released by Clarence House this year quashed any potential confusion around the subject.

It said: “The intention is for the Duchess to be known as Princess Consort when the Prince accedes to the throne.

“This was announced at the time of the marriage and there has been absolutely no change at all.”

Kate, differently, will become Queen Consort.

She is showing “encouraging” signs she will be a very good at the role too, taken on when William is King.

Royal commentator Joe Little said Kate’s work for the Firm over the past decade shows she has become a key working royal.

Mr Little, the managing editor of Majesty magazine, told Express.co.uk about the Duchess’ development since marrying into the Royal Family.

He said: “In the early days after the wedding she was quite low profile.

“She wasn’t particularly visible because she and William were living in Anglesey and were living a virtual common life because William wasn’t required to do royal duties full time.”

The royal expert added: ”But then, of course, the Cambridges’ children started to come along and when George started school they all moved back to London, and that’s when both William and Catherine became much more active as working members of the Royal Family.

“And that’s how it has developed from that time, so the Duchess in the following years became much more polished in the way she speaks in public, she is much more confident and accomplished in pretty much everything she does as a working member of the Royal Family.

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“And she is now perceived as a very good future Queen Consort.

“It will be a while before that happens, but what she does and the way she does it is ideally suited for the Royal Family in the 21st century.”

Mr Little explained that the “signs are very encouraging” and that the Duchess will continue to uphold the Royal Family’s values.

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