While Camilla, 75, has been in the public eye with connections to the Royal Family for many years, her side of the family has remained private.
However, her son and daughter joined her as part of the 2,000 people attending Queen Elizabeth II's funeral service at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19 September.
But who exactly are Camilla's children and grandchildren and what does her new role mean for them?
Who are Camilla's children?
Camilla has two children, Tom Parker Bowles, 47, and Laura Lopes, 44, who are from her previous marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles.
She was married to Andrew from 1973-1995, though they had already been living separately before the divorce was finalised.
Camilla married Charles on 9 April 2005.
Her eldest, Tom, is a food writer, critic and author who won the Guild of Food Writers 2010 award for his writings on British food. He is also somewhat of a TV personality, appearing on multiple television food series, including MasterChef.
He is both the godson and step-son of Charles.
Meanwhile, Laura, the King's step-daughter, is a an art curator who managed Eleven Fine Art gallery for 10 years, showcasing emerging and established artists, now curating exhibitions.
While Tom is arguably more in the public sphere than his sister is, they have still remained relatively private despite their first hand connection with the Royal Family.
Who are Camilla's grandchildren?
Camilla has grandchildren from both her son and daughter, who are all of similar ages.
Tom has two children, Lola Parker Bowles, 14, and Freddy Parker Bowles, 12, who he shares with Sara Parker Bowles, associate editor of magazine Harper's Bazaar, Town & Country.
Meanwhile, Laura has three children, Eliza Lopes, 14, and twins Louis Lopes and Gus Lopes, both 12, who she shares with her husband Harry Lopes.
Lopes is an ex-Calvin Klein model and founder and CEO of Eden Renewables, which develops renewable energy and storage projects throughout the UK
What is Camilla's royal title?
Camilla became the Queen Consort as the wife of a king after Queen Elizabeth II's death on 8 September 2022.
While there had been debate over whether Camilla would use the title, the late Queen herself endorsed the then Duchess of Cornwall to be known as Queen when the time comes.
On the eve of her Platinum Jubilee in February 2022 (marking the death of her father King George VI in 1952, with her coronation following in June 1953), she said in a public statement, "When, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service."
Camilla later said, "I feel very honoured – very honoured and very touched" when a guest asked her how she felt about her new title, during a visit to the Nourish Hub community kitchen in west London on 10 February.
Will Camilla's family get royal titles?
While Camilla has been given her official title through marriage, there's nothing to suggest her children (and therefore, her grandchildren) will get any royal titles or duties themselves.
“Even though their mother Camilla is now the Queen Consort, Tom and Laura are still not going to have a formal role within the Crown as they are not of the blood," Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills, founder of the British Monarchists Society, told inews.
Mace-Archer-Mills added, "Their mother Camilla is royal by marriage, but they are not. That seems a harsh way of putting it, but it is the truth.
“They might be invited to functions now that their mother is going to be Queen [Consort], but they will not be undertaking any sort of official engagement or be asked to do anything which would mean them representing the British Crown."
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