Camilla should be ‘queen consort’ when Charles is king, Queen Elizabeth II says

Vernon Bogdanor, author of “The Monarchy and the Constitution,” said the only time a queen wasn’t crowned with a king at a coronation was in 1820 during King George IV’s ceremony. He was trying to divorce his wife, Queen Caroline, “and the doors of Westminster Abbey were locked to keep her out, not a very savory precedent really,” he said.

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