When it comes to being a grandmother and great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth has had a lot of practice. Her Majesty has eight grandchildren and seven – soon to be eight – great grandchildren. And although the line of succession to do with some more than others, it does not take much to be great and grandparent to her family members.
Up ahead, find out what kind of great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth wants to be like to baby Sussex.
What is Queen Elizabeth like a great-grandmother?
Queen Elizabeth is very lucky. Not just because she lives in a palace, has access to Crown Jewels, and so she has a great family -grandbabies with one more on the way. From Prince George to Mia Tindall, Her Majesty has been blessed by another generation of royals.
Here's a closer look at what the queen is really like as a great grandmother.
She is protective
Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and the rest of the Queen's great-grandchildren live very private lives. However, William and Prince Harry that Queen Elizabeth is a protective grandmother and great-grandmother.
When Princess Diana died, the queen's number one concern was her grandsons. Although her tragic accident at night, she made the boys were not woken up and broke the news to them in the morning.
She teaches them manners
In the royal family, mans are a must – and the queen is happy to teach great-grandchildren how to be respectful. According to reports, Her Majesty told Prince George to clean up his toys, as it is not the staff's job to do so.
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When Prince William was a little boy, he could not pronounce" granny "and instead called the queen" Gary. " "Which is a name that Prince Charles used to call his great-grandmother and Prince William and Harry their grand-grandmother (the queen's mother).
She spoils them with gifts
Queen Elizabeth is not much different from other grandmas and great grandmas – especially when it comes to spoiling. In titled ITV Documentary titled Our Queen at Nintey, Kate Middleton revealed a very sweet way to connect with her great-grandchildren. "She always leaves a little gift or something in her room when we go and stay, and that just shows her love for the family," she noted.