Elizabeth declared during celebrations celebrating her 70 years on the throne that Camilla should be known as Queen Consort when Charles ascended.
The UK hasn't had a "Queen Consort" since 1952, when King George VI died and Queen Elizabeth became the Queen Mother.
All past British or English kings' wives were queen consorts, including Henry VIII's six wives.
In the 20th century, there were two: Queen Mary, wife of King George V, and Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII.
Queen Mary, wife of King George V, and Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII .
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