She demurred from the title of Princess of Wales in honor of Princess Diana’s memory when she married Prince Charles, instead taking on the style for his secondary title and becoming the Duchess of Cornwall. However, when he becomes the next King of England, Camilla Parker Bowles is going to take on a different title as well.

According to a resurfaced report in Hello!, despite there being some opposition from members of the public who still aren’t fond of the Duchess because of her controversial role at the end of Charles and Diana’s marriage, Camilla is expected to take on the title of Queen Consort when Charles becomes King.

“According to legal precedent, as wife of the monarch she will be Queen Consort, even if she styles herself as Princess Consort instead—just as she is technically now the Princess o Wales but has never used the title,” correspondent Emily Nash said at the time.

Reportedly, it was said at the time of the couple’s marriage that Camilla would take the Princess Consort title, but that Prince Charles may want to change it to Queen now because of the honor it would give his wife.

“At the time of her 2005 wedding to Prince Charles, Clarence House said the Duchess of Cornwall would be known as Princess Consort when her husband becomes King,” Nash said. “Memories of his divorce and the tragic death of Princess Diana meant the public were not receptive to the idea of her becoming Queen at that time. There is nothing to suggest that the plan has changed, although many royal watchers are convinced that the Prince of Wales wants his wife to be Queen alongside him when he is crowned.”

“My feeling is that courtiers will be watching the debate over whether she should become Queen Camilla with interest, and may base the decision to change her future title on public feeling,” Nash stated of what might happen as the time for an official title grows closer. “It’s fair to say the Duchess has not always had an easy time in the public eye, but she has clearly made Prince Charles very happy and I think people have come to appreciate her warmth and commitment to her charities. She has done a lot to highlight some tough causes and is very well-liked by the royal press pack.”

Of course, royal watchers may be worrying about something that could still be a while away. Prince Charles will not officially become King until after his mother, Queen Elizabeth, passes away.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles look at each other as they reopen the newly-renovated Edwardian community hall The Strand Hall during day three of a visit to Wales on July 4, 2018 in Builth Wells, Wales. Getty Images/Chris Jackson