Recent days saw the revelation that some of the late Queen Elizabeth II’s personal effects had been taken by Camilla Parker, the wife of King Charles III of the United Kingdom. As much of the monarch’s estate might be taken by the state as her own, this scenario could cause scandal in the British court.
A fresh dispute has surfaced regarding the United Kingdom’s Queen consort. She has recently faced a lot of backlash after being photographed donning some outfits that belonged to her mother-in-law Elizabeth II.
Camilla Parker is facing harsh criticism for using Queen Elizabeth’s collection bags, with some accusing her of stealing the legacy of the legendary queen and disregarding her last wishes.
Elizabeth II gave the command to donate all of her possessions to charities and animal shelters because she had always had a soft spot for the latter. In addition, it is rumored that a tiny portion of her outfit will be owned by the royal family. On which particular individuals they will go, though, has not yet been decided.
The Duchess of Cournalles has allegedly been carrying various bags that belonged to Queen Elizabeth’s most exclusive collection, according to insiders close to Buckingham Palace.
This could cause Camilla Parker a lot of issues because British law could file a lawsuit and demand that the monarch’s possessions be distributed as she specified in her last will and testament.