Queen Camilla is being dubbed as King Charles’ biggest asset because she’s his strongest ally and most loyal companion.

But decades ago, Camilla was known as Britain’s most-hated woman because of her affair with King Charles. At the time, the couple was accused of destroying King Charles’ relationship with his ex-wife, Princess Diana.

However, what the public didn’t know was that King Charles and Princess Diana were already having problems in their marriage a long time ago. And their issues are what led the dad of two to cheat on his wife.

So, just months before the queen died, it didn’t come as a surprise to anyone when she made her wishes about Camilla known. Her Majesty said that she hopes Camilla will be known as queen consort when the time comes. And she got her dying wish.

Now, Camilla is referred to as Queen Camilla or Queen Consort Camilla. And she is expected to continue serving the British monarchy with King Charles, according to Woman's Day

Years ago, no one would’ve wanted Camilla to be styled as queen consort and not even the queen. After all, Queen Elizabeth and Camilla didn’t always have a wonderful relationship with each other.

In fact, there were whispers that in 1998, a drunk Queen Elizabeth was heard calling her daughter-in-law a wicked woman.

The queen didn’t also believe in Camilla’s capacity to perform her royal duties. But to her surprise, Camilla excelled in the job.

This past weekend, Camilla also paid tribute to her late mother-in-law during an interview with The BBC.

She said that the queen guided her and helped her during some of her darkest days. And since she also loved seeing her mother-in-law smile, she used to invite her to attend events and activities that she knows she would love.

Of course, Camilla also revealed what royal fans already knew that the queen loved horse racing and that it’s one sport that she never stopped walking either on television or in person.

And anyone who questioned why the queen loved racing was seemingly frozen out.

Camilla and the other members of the royal family will pay their final respects to the queen on Monday when she is laid to rest at Windsor Castle.

A long procession from Westminster Hall will commence at 10:44 a.m.