The reason Prince William's children don't call Camilla step-grandmother
13 October 2022, 12:10 | Updated: 13 October 2022, 15:36
Prince William is said to have made it clear that Camilla, the Queen Consort, is the wife of his children's grandfather and not their step-grandmother.
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And while William is happy for his father, it has been reported that when it comes to his children, he does not want Camilla to take the title of grandmother, which would have been his mother's.
This is according to royal expert Angela Levin, who writes in her new book, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort, that George, Charlotte and Louis do not call Camilla step-grandmother.
According to InStyle, Angela writes in her book: “William has made it clear that Camilla is the wife of his father, but not a step-grandmother to his children."
She added that the three children have been bought up to think they have “two grandfathers but only one grandmother.”
However, Angela adds that this does not bother Camilla and that she has never tried to fill Diana's shoes.
“She tried to be encouraging rather than influential” in the family, Angela writes.
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