Duchess of Cornwall: Handwriting expert says Prince Charles’ wife would ‘LOVE’ to be Queen

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Duchess of Cornwall: Handwriting expert says Prince Charles’ wife would ‘LOVE’ to be Queen

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is married to Princes Charles, heir apparent of the British throne. But would she like to be Queen herself? A handwriting expert said yes.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 70, also known as Camilla Parker Bowles, is married to Prince Charles, 69, who is the son of Queen Elizabeth II and heir to the British throne.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She is married to Prince Charles, heir apparent to the throne PHoto (C) GETTY
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She is married to Prince Charles, heir apparent to the throne PHoto (C) GETTY

Camilla is the second wife of Prince Charles, the first being the late Princess Diana, who passed away at the age of 36.

While she is married to the heir apparent, Camilla would love the royal title of ‘Queen’ herself, said a handwriting expert.

The royal, who has been married to Prince Charles since 2005, is “proud and self-assured”, according to the expert, and would like the prestigious title.

“Camilla’s writing has a large size with wide and irregular word and letter spacing.”

“It means she adores being in the limelight,” said Tracey Trussell, handwriting expert and founder of Handright.co.uk.

“She craves respect and would love to be Queen,” added Tracey, after analysing a sample of Camilla’s handwriting.

The writing also contained “vanity loops” and “arrogance arcades”, as they are known in graphology, the study of handwriting.

Camilla craves respect and would love to be Queen

Tracey Trussell, handwriting expert

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She is the Queen’s daughter in law Photo (C) GETTY
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She is the Queen’s daughter in law Photo (C) GETTY

“Camilla worries about not doing well and living up to other people’s expectations, but she’d never show that face to the world.”

She is also very much “her own person”, Tracey added of the Duchess of Cornwall.

“She knows when to exert restraint and self-discipline. She’d never be pushed into doing anything she didn’t want to do.”

Will Camilla become Queen when Prince Charles become King?

There is a possibility this could happen when Queen Elizabeth II passes away.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk Charles, 69, is likely to give her the title because “every king has had a queen”.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She wants to be Queen, according to an analysis of her handwriting Photo (C) GETTY
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall She wants to be Queen, according to an analysis of her handwriting Photo (C) GETTY

However, there is also a chance Camilla may be styled as Princess Consort when Prince Charles takes over the British throne.

Mr Fitzwilliams added: “Although the official line still is that the Duchess of Cornwall will be Princess Consort when Prince Charles ascends the throne, the choice is Charles’s and he will make it within a day of the Queen’s passing.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

Tags: Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall

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