The Queen has Given her Blessings for Charles to be King and Camilla to be the Next Queen–Daniel Whyte III Says, her Majesty the Queen has Done Something Very Unwise by Giving her Blessings to Charles to be the Next King and Camilla to be the Next Queen. Both are Divorced and Remarried Through Gross Adultery and Will Doom the Kingdom. He Urged the Queen to Encourage Charles to Abdicate and Let William and Kate Rule. She Did Not Choose to Do That and So After she Dies she Will Lose Over 50 percent of the Kingdom/Commonwealth. Charles and Camilla will be Seen by Millions as Not Having the Moral Authority to Rule Great Britain, the Kingdom, and the Commonwealth

Camilla will be crowned Queen Consort when Charles becomes King, it has been confirmed for the first time.

The Queen assured the Duchess of Cornwall’s future status in an historic Platinum Jubilee statement issued late last night, ending years of uncertainty over the issue.

In her surprise announcement, Her Majesty declared it was her ‘sincere wish’ for her daughter-in-law to be fully acknowledged when Charles succeeds her.

The Queen issued the message, shoring up her support for her heir and his wife, as she today marks a milestone 70 years on the Throne.

The statement also quashed speculation that the 95-year-old Monarch might abdicate, as she reiterated her Coronation pledge. She told her subjects ‘my life will always be devoted to your service’ – and that she would continue to honour that ‘with all my heart’.

In her message to the nation – signed ‘Your Servant, Elizabeth R’ – the Queen said: ‘When, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service.’

Charles and Camilla were ‘touched and honoured’ by the Queen’s gesture, Clarence House said.

The prince will make his own public declaration on Sunday celebrating his mother’s Jubilee.

A spokesman for the couple said: ‘The Prince of Wales will be issuing a statement of congratulation to the Queen on Accession Day. He and the Duchess of Cornwall are touched and honoured by Her Majesty’s words.’

It is the clearest sign yet not just of the Queen’s unswerving support for her daughter-in-law but proof of her enduring affection for the woman who has secured her eldest son’s happiness.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Kate Mansey and William Cole