Camilla Parker Bowles reportedly received a big blow after her friend, Alastair Bruce, said that she will eventually become queen consort.

In a new poll created by Daily Star, the publication asked 4,000 people if they want the Duchess of Cornwall to become the next queen when Prince Charles is crowned as king. The results were a landslide and the majority of the respondents said no.

More specifically, 82 percent of voters or roughly around 3,200 people said that they do not want Camilla to become the next queen. Eighteen percent or around 700 respondents said that they want her to take on the role.

Royal experts claimed that even though Camilla still has relatively poor ratings from the public, some people are already warming up to the idea. After all, Camilla has been married to Prince Charles for almost 14 years now and Princess Diana has also been dead for more than two decades.

Charlie Proctor, the editor-in-chief of the Royal Central, previously praised Camilla and said that she is one of the most active members of the royal family. She has also represented Queen Elizabeth II on countless occasions across the world.

“It’s high time that the media and the general public forget about her past indiscretions. Instead, we should focus on her charity work and her tireless devotion to charity, the country, and the Commonwealth,” he said.

According to Proctor, Her Majesty is also very fond of Camilla. However, Tom Bower, the author of “Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion, and Defiance of Prince Charles,” thinks otherwise.

Bower said that one year after Princess Diana died, Prince Charles urged the Queen to soften her antagonism toward Camilla so that they could may their romance public. Unfortunately for the future king, he did not get his wish. While drinking martinis, the monarch told Prince Charles that she wants nothing to do with Camilla.

But it is also possible that the relationship between Camilla and the Queen has changed over time.