Camilla will provide ‘calm and wise counsel’ to Charles thanks to her ‘top girl gang’

Camilla will provide ‘calm and wise counsel’ to Charles thanks to her ‘top girl gang’

Top stories Queen Camilla in first solo engagement as Queen Consort Invalid emailWe use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More infoQueen Consort Camilla is “determined” to navigate her way through her new role as she keeps her “top girl gang” by her side. Camilla will be crowned alongside her husband King Charles on May 6, 2023 as she supports Charles in his new role. Camilla has already been seen several times as she stepped out for public appearances in her new role which will see her providing counsel to the new monarch.Camilla’s “girl gang” is said to consist of “core four” advisors, including her private secretary Sophie Densham and her sister. Camilla has had to step in to her role as Queen Consort quickly following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September, but is expected to provide a “calm and wise counsel” to the King.One senior royal advisor told the Daily Mail: “The Queen Consort can do more with a half-raised eyebrow than any courtier can do with a sheaf of paperwork stuck in front of the King. It’s long been the case that the institution is a matriarchal one, not just because of her late Majesty The Queen.”It is the women who ultimately manage, smooth out and improve relations between members of the family and the King likes and appreciates strong women around him. All you need is for the Queen Consort to say, ‘Leave it with me’, then it’s as good as done. Make no mistake, she may not ever raise her voice, but it is the strongest and most reliable of them all.” Camilla has stepped into her new role as Queen Consort (Image: Getty)Camilla has found herself going from a divorcee to the wife of our head of state in less than two decades, but appears to have adapted smoothly to her new position.She made her first solo visit in her new role to a maternity unit at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, which acts as a key hub for women experiencing domestic abuse.She told staff, specialists and volunteers who work together to identify and support survivors: “I had no idea how it all worked, it’s totally incredible. I’m so thrilled.”But the Queen Consort has a team of close advisors for herself, described as her “top girl gang”.READ MORE: Meghan’s ‘crushing’ comment revealed amid reports of ‘harsh’ treatment Camilla’s new role will see her supporting Charles (Image: Getty) Camilla is said to have the support of her friends and family (Image: Getty)The four “core” women includes her private secretary, Sophie Densham, her deputy Belinda Kim, as well as her dresser Jackie Meakin, who also worked for the late Queen Mother.There’s also her sister Annabel Elliot who reportedly speaks to Camilla daily.Jude Kelly CBE, British theatre director, producer and feminist, is also considered to be among Camilla’s close girl gang.One of her friends told the Daily Mail: “The one thing you must always remember about Camilla is that she is fundamentally the same woman she has always been,’ says a long-standing friend. ‘She definitely got more fearless – she’s had to be when it comes to public speaking – but her core values haven’t changed.”DON’T MISS:Prince William awards royal honour to Kate’s bodyguard [INSIGHT]Prince Harry ‘made a mistake’ with royal exit, says Tina Brown [OPINION]Mike Tindall would have refused new show ‘if Queen was still alive’ [COMMENT] Camilla stepped out for her first public appearance in her new role on Thursday (Image: Getty)Viewers of The Crown will see Camilla and Charles’ affair play out on screens next month as the next series of the hit Netflix show is released.It is not expected to portray the pair in the best light as the end of Princess Diana and Charles’ marriage is reenacted. A TV insider told The Sun: “This couldn’t have come at a more delicate time for the new King and his Queen Consort, particularly as they’re riding high in the minds of the public.”There’s a sense that Netflix are muckraking over events that took place 30 to 40 years ago, but are still raw for those involved.”

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