In her new book, royal biographer Angela Lanvin reveals that Prince William is adamant about Camilla being given a nickname by his children. No grandmotherneither grandmother.
In his new book. Camilla: From Exile to Queen Consortpublished on September 29, royal biographer Angeline Levine suggests that Prince William will define his children’s relationship with Queen Consort Camilla, wife of Charles III. The Prince of Wales would therefore be adamant that he would refuse to allow his little family to nickname the latter “Grandma” or even “Pretty Grandma”. Instead, they give her the sweet nickname “Gaga”. “William clarified that Camilla is his father’s wife, but not his children’s stepmother, and that Prince George, his sister Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have two grandparents, but only one. – mother,” he writes in his book. , transferred InStyle: .
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Still according to Angeline Levine, Camilla Parker-Bowles would fully understand Prince William’s reluctance to naturally agree to give up the title. She herself is the mother of two children, Laura and Tom Parker Bowles, from her previous marriage to Andrew Parker-Bowles, and the grandmother of five grandchildren. “She did not try to assume the least responsibility as the beautiful grandmother of the Cambridge children,” the biographer notes. “Especially because Catherine’s parents (Kate Middleton, editor’s note), Carole and Michael Middleton, are very close to them.”
He adds, however, that there is no animosity between William and Camilla. “William and Harry were 23 and 20 respectively when Camilla officially became their stepmother,” she says. He was more of a friendly adult that they occasionally saw at royal gatherings.”
Always in memories
Lady Diana died on August 31, 1997 in a car accident in Paris, trying to escape from the paparazzi. This tragic and brutal disappearance shocked the United Kingdom and, of course, her children, Princes William and Harry, who were 15 and 13 at the time. Even today, the Princess of Wales remains in the hearts of the latter (and the entire country), who always think of her at every event.
Last July, Prince William rekindled her memory in a letter to Diana Award winners, honoring the actions and humanitarian work of young people aged 9 to 25. “You are truly the embodiment of my mother’s legacy and I know she would be very proud,” he wrote. In her context, Queen Consort Camilla has always been careful to honor the memory of the former wife of King Charles III. In particular, during her civil union with him in 2005, the latter officially became the Princess of Wales, but until now was content with the simple title of Duchess of Cornwall.
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Source: Le Figaro