Kate Middleton would be the perfect person to take over for Queen Elizabeth!
Since the Duchess of Cambridge married her husband, Prince William, back in 2011, royal fans have been wondering when the beauty will serve the monarchy as Queen Consort of England. Check out all we know about Kate as queen below!
Will Kate Middleton ever take over for Queen Elizabeth?
Kate has already begun preparing to one day fill the coveted position. For starters, when her son, Prince George, starts school this fall, the royal family will move into Kensington Palace.
"In London, Kate will be able to get to official business more easily than when she was living at Anmer Hall in Norfolk,” an insider explained to Closer Weekly. “She has always made it clear that family comes first, but now her diary will also be full of official events.” Additionally, Queen Elizabeth has been giving her more public speaking lessons to prepare for her future role!
When will Kate Middleton take over for Queen Elizabeth?
Queen Elizabeth, 90 — who recently got over a bad cold — is "reluctantly slowing down,” Paul Burrell, Princess Diana’s former butler, told Closer. That means she isn't quite ready to pass down the crown.
That said, there is no exact time frame for when Kate will be named Queen Consort, but it will be when her husband, William, 34, becomes king.
What would Kate Middleton's title be?
Since William is the royal party, Kate's title would be Queen Consort of England when her hubby one day becomes King.
Charles, William, and Elizabeth. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Who's next in line for the British royal throne?
Technically, Elizabeth's son and William's father, Prince Charles, is next in line to be king. That would make his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort.
However, if the Queen doesn't think Charles is a fit, or if he denies the position, William will then be named king, and Kate would be named Queen Consort.