Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles wants Prince Charles to be the next Commonwealth Head. Pictured: Prince Charles and Camilla visit the historic Covered Market to sample produce and meet independent vendors at Market Street on May 16, 2017 in Oxford, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Camilla Parker Bowles is supportive of Prince Charles being the next Commonwealth Head.

According to royal correspondent Camilla Tominey, the Duchess of Cornwall is in a mission of helping Prince Charles land the role of being the next Commonwealth Head. Camilla, 70, had not intended to join the Prince of Wales in his visit Australia for the Commonwealth Games, but she "had a change of heart."

Camilla believes that attending the Commonwealth Games is an important gig especially if she wants her husband to be its next leader. Thus, she will have to endure her fear of flying.

Malcolm Turnbull and Clarence House already confirmed Prince Charles and Camilla's trip to Australia in April. Turnbull believed that the event would be a great opportunity for the couple to share the important national moment at the opening of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

"The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit Brisbane, before traveling to the Gold Coast where His Royal Highness will represent Her Majesty The Queen at the Games," Turnbull said. "The Prince of Wales will continue to other parts of Queensland and then on to the Northern Territory, concluding the tour on April 10."

According to Turnbull, this would be Prince Charles' 16th time to visit the country and the third for Camilla. He ensured that the couple would receive a warm welcome from the people.

"It will be a privilege and a pleasure to once again showcase our nation's diverse urban and regional communities, and I am sure their royal highnesses will receive a very warm welcome from the Australian people," Turnbull added.

Earlier this month, there were rumors that the group leaders were already discussing as to who would be the next Commonwealth Head after Queen Elizabeth II. However, the Commonwealth Secretariat denied that there was a discussion about the queen's successor in Commonwealth.

Prince Charles is expected to take over the throne after Queen Elizabeth II. However, this doesn't mean that the Prince of Wales will automatically be the next Commonwealth Head.

But it is still likely that Prince Charles will take over the title from his mother too. The former Prime Ministers of Canada and New Zealand, Stephen Harper and John Key, both wanted him for the position. In addition, Her Majesty also dropped some hints that she wanted his son to take over the title after her.

In 1958, the monarch declared in Letters Patent that Prince Charles and his heirs and successors should become the Head. In 2015, the queen said that she could not "wish to have been better supported and represented in the Commonwealth than by The Prince of Wales who continues to give so much to it with great distinction."