Prince Charles and Camilla
Camilla Parker Bowles was named as the first-ever vice-patron of the Royal Commonwealth Society. Pictured: Camilla and Prince Charles in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle after their wedding ceremony, April 9, 2005 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Hugo Burnand

Camilla Parker Bowles will be taking on a huge role in the Commonwealth.

According to Rebecca Perring, a journalist for Express, the Duchess of Cornwall was named the first-ever vice-patron of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) on the organization's 150th anniversary. Camilla was welcomed by Ghanian drummers who were "playing drums from Gambia, Nigeria and Ghana, the three countries which the Duchess will visit next month with the Prince of Wales." Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly preparing to "wind down" from her duties as the head of the Commonwealth to let Prince Charles take over.

During the event, Camilla delivered a speech and praised RCS for their work. "You have championed human rights, democracy, and sustainable development across 53 member states," she said. "You have much of which to be greatly proud."

Camilla is clearly preparing for her role as queen while her husband, Prince Charles, waits to take over the throne. Initially, many were not happy with the thought of Camilla becoming the next queen due to her history with Princess Diana.

However, according to royal experts, Camilla's fate to be the next queen is certain because her husband is the heir. "Camilla will become Queen, there is no choice to make," James Brooke said.

Lord Norton of Louth also shares the same opinion. According to him, the law is very clear when it comes to Camilla's title when Prince Charles becomes king.

"Upon the death of the Queen, Charles automatically becomes King - that is it," he explained. "His wife will become Queen Consort, formally established by precedent."

Meanwhile, according to body language expert Judi James, Camilla, herself, wants the title. This is shown in the manner she carried herself when she and Prince Charles visited Australia.

"Will Camilla be the next Queen of England? Her body language and PR branding at the Commonwealth Games would confirm unreservedly to me that she will without any doubt," James explained.

"From her arrival in Australia we saw a very even-handed royal double act with Camilla even taking the lead at times rather than lagging behind reluctantly and waiting to be invited to join in by her husband as she has in the past."

Last week, Camilla skipped Princess Eugenie's royal wedding and visited the school children at Crathie Primary School. But, Prince Charles was there with the Queen, Prince Philip, and the other members of the royal family.