“I really respect her, I think she’s a very brave woman,” Sharon said
LONDON, UK: British-American television personality Sharon Osbourne praised Queen Consort Camilla for taking on her new role after the death of Queen Elizabeth II and “winning the heart of the nation” as she opened up about her relationship with certain members of the royal family spoke.
The 69-year-old star continued to praise King Charles’ wife. She told English television personality and journalist Vanessa Jane Feltz: “Camilla has won over the British public with her dignity and the work she has done.”
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Feltz said, “Sharon, let’s talk to you about this. I know you had a close relationship with members of the royal family. I know the King himself sent you a letter when Ozzy was not well.” She continued, “And you know, they really do empathize and it seems to me like a lot of affection for them, they have Camilla too , the Queen Consort, very, very fond of. So how did you feel when you saw the funeral today? ?”
To which Osbourne replied, “I really respect her, I think she’s a very brave woman.” She continued, “And I think she’s done incredibly well over the past few years, incredibly well! She has won over the public with her dignity and her work and I just respect her a lot.”
Even before the Queen’s death, senior members of the royal family began to feel a step ahead of their duties. For example, the current King Charles stood in for the Queen at events such as the Opening of Parliament and Garter Day, while the late Queen made a public statement announcing that former Duchess of Cornwell Camilla would become Queen Consort if King Charles succeeded her after.
According to the Daily Mirror, the Queen’s decision to bestow the title of Queen Consort on Camilla came during her platinum anniversary. She said: “When the time comes, my son Charles becomes king, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you gave me. And it is my sincere wish that when that time comes, Camilla will be known as the Queen Consort as she continues her own faithful ministry.”