Totally off topic, but no. The wife of the King is the Queen, certainly in the British Monarchy (and most, if not all, other monarchies), and regardless of royal blood. Henry VIII had six queens and only two were royal by birth (Katherine of Aragon & Anne of Cleves). Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother was a commoner by birth (like Diana Spencer, the daughter of an earl) but was queen by virtue of her marriage to George VI. Prince Philip is of royal blood (he is a prince of Greece) but the Queen’s sovereignty doesn’t automatically elevate her husband as does a man’s sovereignty because ... sexism. Princess Grace’s husband was Prince of Monaco because Monaco is a principality and not a kingdom, so it would be odd indeed if she got a higher title than he.
But you are correct that there is a difference between a Queen Regnant (e.g. QEII) and a Queen Consort (the Queen Mother). Even then, though, it is not unknown for Queens Consort to seize their husband’s power to rule in their own right.
Long live Queen (consort) Carol.