Have you ‘warmed’ to ‘Queen Camilla’? If not, do you know anyone who has?

This is interesting:

This Writer has attended an event in which the current Queen Consort met members of the public, and in fairness they did seem to like her.

But has that really translated into widespread public adulation, considering the history of this particular royal couple?

What do you think of her?

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4 thoughts on “Have you ‘warmed’ to ‘Queen Camilla’? If not, do you know anyone who has?

  1. gillyflowerblog

    Well I wouldn’t say I’d warmed to her, I always thoughts she seemed a decent enough cove. And didn’t Brenda decide she should be called Queen anyway. Never could stand Diana, all that simpering. And no fan of Charlie either. Vis a vis “this stinking pen”. Not my king and not my monarchy

  2. Hecuba

    Just more propaganda wherein the Crown is trying to make it appear Queen Consort Camilla is so so popular with us peasants. Remember the king is just a constitutional monarch so he has no political power. The history of England’s kings is not good because previous kings have discarded wives they don’t like and replaced them with another queen. Queen Caroline wife of George IV was maligned because the marriage was an arranged one and George IV wanted to get rid of her!

    Charles’ behaviour towards his first wife was appalling and it is irrelevant Camilla;makes him happy!’ Royal family needs to change their stance concerning viewing women as mens’ disposable commodities!

  3. Caron Choates

    No. She is a commander and the Public will never accept or trust her. They will never forgive her for what she did to Princess Diana.

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