Camilla to wear Queen Elizabeth’s Koh-I-Noor crown when Prince Charles becomes King


On the 6th of February, Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to reign for 7 decades. She acceded to the throne on February 6, 1952 when her father King George VI passed away.
The Queen who is now 95 years old declared that it was her wish for Camilla, the wife of her heir Prince Charles to be known as Queen Consort.

The Queen hoped that the British people would give Camilla the same support as her when her son Prince Charles becomes king.
It has been reported that Camilla will wear Queen Elizabeth II’s coveted Koh-I-Noor diamond crown during the coronation of Prince Charles. However, there have been no reports from Buckingham Palace in this regard. The diamond crown was made in 1937 for Queen Elzabeth the Queen Mother, consort of King George for her coronation as Queen consort. It has a platinum frame set with 2,800 small diamonds. The front cross above the band positions the 105.6 carat Koh-I-Noor diamond.



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