In the royal family, there are a lot of titles that can be confusing, from the marquesses to the viscounts (and don't even get us started on pronunciation). And while we understand kings and queens, or princes and princesses, there always seems to be something new to learn that surprises us.
When Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, her eldest son, Charles, was deemed King Charles III, and his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, became Queen Consort. Now, we knew this was coming because Queen Elizabeth made it clear before her passing that she wanted Parker Bowles to take the title. But, what exactly does it mean? And how is a queen consort different from a queen?
Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the royal title of queen consort.