LONDON (AP) -The comments came in an interview with U.S. network NBC recorded in August and due to be broadcast later Friday. Extracts were aired on British television.
Camilla legally will be queen if Charles takes the throne, but
when the couple married in 2005 officials said she planned to go by
Princess Consort instead.
Polls suggested there was hostility to Charles' divorced second
wife, whom he married eight years after the death of Princess
Diana, being called Queen Camilla.
NBC's Brian Williams asked if Camilla would become "Queen of
England, if and when you become the monarch." Charles hesitated as
he replied "We'll see won't we? That could be."
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