Queen Elizabeth II Abdication Reports: Camille Parker-Bowles vs. Kate Middleton, Who Will be the Next Queen? [PHOTOS]

By Riza Ornos
June 16, 2014 5:33 PM EST

Queen Elizabeth II Abdication Reports: Camille Parker-Bowles Vs Kate Middleton, Who Will be the Next Queen? [PHOTOS]

Being married to Prince Charles, the first line to the throne, does not give Camilla Parker-Bowles a huge advantage to become the future Queen of England. With young Kate Middleton around, she may snatch the dreamed title.


On a recent edition of Globe magazine, Prince William and Kate Middleton are the Queen's choice to sit on the throne when she decides to abdicate her post. Reportedly pregnant for her second child, the Duchess of Cambridge is making a lot buzz from her bare bum scandal and currently she is head-to-head with her mother-in-law as Camilla vows to sit on the throne.


More popular than the Queen, "Prince William and Kate Middleton will top the monarchy once she abdicates next year and Camilla is refusing to accept the decision," according to a report posted on Celebdirty Laundry.


Known for her drinking problem, the Duchess of Cornwall tries to get everyone on her corner, including other royals, to support her bid to be the next queen.


According to reports, Camilla is celebrating for Kate's recent scandal over her bare bum and assumes that the Queen will be displeased with her. But its seemed with or without the photo scandal the Queen's decision is still the same.


Queen Elizabeth's rumored abdication was fueled by recent announcement of Spanish Monarch Juan Carlos when he stepped down from the throne for his eldest son, Prince Felipe.


"I do not want my son to wither waiting like Prince Charles," Said Juan Carlos posted in the gossip Web site.


"He saw, above all, that his son was in his prime and didn't want to see him like Prince Charles who will be 66 years old in November," a source added during the interview.


But according to the recent report on iOL News, the 88-year-old royalty is not leaving her throne and will not join other sovereign giving up their posts.


"She will die on the throne," Historian Kate Williams said.


"The Queen will not abdicate because she is a consecrated monarch and she pledged to serve throughout her life," Royal Historian Hugo Vickers added.


"She doesn't have to abdicate. If anything goes wrong, she can have a regency like George III."  





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