Camilla Parker Bowles will reportedly be crowned as queen, according to Princess Diana’s former private secretary Patrick Jephson.

During his recent appearance on Channel 4’s “The Royal House of Windsor,” Jephson said (via Express), “I think Queen Camilla was always on the cards. You’ll never find it acknowledged, you’ll find clever wording like ‘there are no plans’ or ‘it is not envisaged.’ But I bet you a dollar to a donut Her Majesty Queen Camilla will be crowned.”

Jephson’s shocking statement came after Clarence House removed any references to Bowles’ future title when Prince Charles becomes king. Last year, the royal family’s official website responded to a frequently asked question regarding the Duchess of Cornwall’s position when her husband takes over the throne.

“As we explained at the time of their wedding in April 2005, it is intended that the Duchess of Cornwall will be known as HRH The Princess Consort when the Prince of Wales acceded to the throne,” the response read.

But Jephson’s claim was supported by the British constitution that stated that the wife of the king automatically becomes queen consort. James Brookes, a royal expert, told Express, “Camilla will become Queen, there is no choice to make.”

However, Brookes also said that a change in the constitution may prevent Bowles from becoming queen or queen consort.

“Despite the public opinion started to change over the years, many are still very skeptical about Camilla. A lot of people are antagonistic towards her and that’s mainly down to the relationship and previous history with Diana. But while her becoming Queen could enrage some, a change in the constitution just for Camilla may get even more people very upset,” Brooke said.

In related news, Prince Charles will only become king in the event of his mom’s death or when Queen Elizabeth II decides to retire from the throne. Some people are also convinced that Prince Charles, who will turn 70 years old in November, will no longer become king because of his age. The important role may be given to Prince William.