“She had these wonderful blue eyes that lit up her whole face when she smiled,” recalled Camilla, 75. “She I will always remember her smile. That smile is unforgettable.”
Long unloved by the British for being Charles’s lover when he was married to Princess Diana, Camilla slowly gained acclaim by engaging in violence against women or promoting reading. It was only in February that Elizabeth II, who had not witnessed her civil marriage with Charles in 2005, gave her consent for her to become “queen consort” when the time came. Less than half of Brits last year wanted Camilla to become queen. Now, according to a YouGov poll, 53% of them now believe that she will do a good job, while 18% think the opposite..