Camilla Parker Bowles will be given a new major title, and royal fans are wondering if she will finally be called queen or queen consort. But it is important to note that Camilla will only be known as queen or queen consort when Prince Charles becomes king.

This week it was announced that the Duchess of Cornwall will serve as the Godmother of Saga’s new cruise ship, Spirit of Discovery. On July 5, Prince Charles’ wife is expected to attend the naming ceremony at the Port of Dover. On the same day, Camilla will also receive a tour of the ship.

Spirit of Discovery will embark on cruises after the ceremony and will traverse Europe from the Norwegian Fjords and the Mediterranean Sea. Starting in January 2020, all-inclusive journeys will finally be available.

Prior to Camilla being named as the godmother of the ship, she already had ties to Saga. The ship’s first national charity is the Silver Line, which Camilla is a patron of. The Silver Line was set up by Esther Rantzen after suffering from loneliness after the death of her husband.

Lance Batchelor, the group CEO of Saga, released a statement to express his excitement over the Duchess of Cornwall’s new role. He said that he is delighted that the mom of two has agreed to be the godmother of the Spirit of Discovery.

“The launch of our new ship is a key moment in both the history and future of Saga,” he said. “Carrying fewer than 1,000 passengers, she is a boutique ship that offers our customers and members the highest standards of accommodation, furnishings, cuisine, and entertainment,” he added.

Sophie Andrews, the CEO of Silver Lines, also said a similar thing. “Our team is absolutely delighted to see this coming together of our patron and our charity partner, Saga,” she said.

In related news, Camilla also made headlines after she shocked fans in her breathtaking Dior outfit during a recent royal engagement. Camilla donned a buttery coat dress while in Normandy for the Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance at Bayeux Cathedral. Prince Charles also attended the same event.

Camilla Parker Bowles Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visits Jasmine Villa Hospice on March 28, 2019, in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Chris Jackson-WPA Pool/Getty Images