Prince Charles will likely find a way to make his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, the next queen consort when he takes the throne.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall had a rough start when it comes to their relationship. They dated first, before Prince Charles was introduced to a number of women, including Princess Diana.

However, the royal family didn't approve of Camilla for the future king because she reportedly wasn't "aristocratic enough." In addition, they deemed her to be a woman with experience. Prince Charles ended up marrying Princess Diana, but their marriage didn't work out and he reunited with Camilla.

Eventually, the Queen approved of Prince Charles and Camilla's relationship, and they got married. However, on their engagement, it was announced that Camilla would only use the HRH The Princess Consort title when Prince Charles becomes king. But this may change, according to royal biographer Penny Junor.

"I have little doubt that Charles is so proud of Camilla, and so grateful for everything she has done for him and sacrificed for him, that he will insist she gets the full title," Junor wrote in "The Duchess: The Untold Story" (via Daily Express), while talking about Prince Charles' effort to make his wife a queen consort.

According to royal expert James Brooke, Camilla is set to be a queen. This is a process dictated by the law and nothing can stop it.

"Camilla will become Queen, there is no choice to make," Brooke told Express.

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

Lord Norton of Louth, a peer in the House of Lords and professor at the University of Hull has the same opinion as Brooke. According to him, the law is very clear when it comes to Camilla's future as the next queen.

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

In related news, Camilla was reportedly confident that she would be the first commoner queen. There were claims that the public prefers Prince William and Kate Middleton to succeed the Queen. However, Camilla is not threatened with the Duchess of Cambridge.

"For her part, Camilla was unconcerned about Kate taking the limelight," Tom Bower wrote on his book "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles." "Camilla also dismissed the presumption that Kate would be the first commoner Queen. 'That'll be me,' she'd say with a laugh."

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Prince Charles is so proud of Camilla Parker Bowles and will surely insist that she be the next Queen Consort. Pictured: Prince Charles and Camilla depart the Civil Ceremony where they were legally married, at The Guildhall, Windsor on April 9, 2005 in Berkshire, England. Getty Images/Georges De Keerle