Camilla will be the first to chose from Queen's precious collection of clothes and jewellery, said expert.
Majesty Magazine’s Editor-in-chief Ingrid Seward said that it has been decided a long time ago who will have Queen’s items.
“I imagine Her late Majesty's personal jewellery will be given to various members of her family. The Princess of Wales as the future Queen receiving the lion's share,' she explained.
“There are pieces which will remain for use of the reigning monarch's wife - in this case Camilla. She will need a large collection to support her constitutional role,” the expert added.
Moreover, a royal expert Christine Ross told FEMAIL that items like the late monarch's wedding dress and coronation gown will be “preserved for historical purposes” and “be placed on display.”
“I would expect some of her iconic outfits, such as her Jubilee ensembles or the coats and hats worn to royal weddings, would certainly be preserved for historical purposes,” the expert continued.
“The Historic Royal Palaces collection preserves a number of Queen Victoria's and Princess Diana's clothes, and Queen Elizabeth's clothes hold as much historical importance and interest.
“I have no doubt that her wedding gown and coronation gown would be preserved by the Royal Collection Trust, and would be placed on display frequently,” the expert added.
Julia Fox talks about phases of productivity and mental health concerns
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez were engaged for two years before splitting in 2021
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are parents to two kids
Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha to get married on October 6
King Charles III recently posed with Queen Consort Camilla, Kate Middleton and Prince William in a latest photo
Deepak Tinu was a special agent to gangster Lawrence Bisnoi, the mastermind behind the murder of Sidhu Moosewala