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What should Queen Elizabeth be like a grandmother of baby Sussex?

When it comes to being grandma and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth has had a lot of training. Her Majesty has eight grandchildren and seven – almost eight – grandchildren. And even if the heirs require that she work closely with others than others, it does not take away from what she is as grandfather and grandfather of her family member. Up, find out what kind of grandma queen Elizabeth will be Baby Sussex. Queen Elizabeth | Chris Jackson – WPA Pool / Getty Images What is Queen Elizabeth as a Grandma? Queen Elizabeth is very happy. Not only because she lives in a palace, has access to crown jewels and is the Queen of the United Kingdom, but also because she has a large family and has lived long enough to meet not one seven great – grandbabies with one more on the road. From Prince George to Mia Tindall, her Majesty has been blessed by another generation of royalty. Here's a closer look at how the queen really is like a grandmother. She is protective Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and the rest of the Queen's grandchildren live very private life. But we know from her experience with Prince William and Prince Harry that Queen Elizabeth is a protective grandmother and grandmother. When Princess Diana died, the Queen's number was a concern for her grandson. Although her tragic accident occurred at night, she made sure that the boys did not wake up and instead broke the news in the morning. She…

When it comes to being grandma and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth has had a lot of training. Her Majesty has eight grandchildren and seven – almost eight – grandchildren. And even if the heirs require that she work closely with others than others, it does not take away from what she is as grandfather and grandfather of her family member.

Up, find out what kind of grandma queen Elizabeth will be Baby Sussex.

 Queen Elizabeth

 Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth | Chris Jackson – WPA Pool / Getty Images

What is Queen Elizabeth as a Grandma?

Queen Elizabeth is very happy. Not only because she lives in a palace, has access to crown jewels and is the Queen of the United Kingdom, but also because she has a large family and has lived long enough to meet not one seven great – grandbabies with one more on the road. From Prince George to Mia Tindall, her Majesty has been blessed by another generation of royalty.

Here’s a closer look at how the queen really is like a grandmother.

She is protective

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and the rest of the Queen’s grandchildren live very private life. But we know from her experience with Prince William and Prince Harry that Queen Elizabeth is a protective grandmother and grandmother.

When Princess Diana died, the Queen’s number was a concern for her grandson. Although her tragic accident occurred at night, she made sure that the boys did not wake up and instead broke the news in the morning.

She teaches her ways

 Queen Elizabeth and Prince George

 Queen Elizabeth and Prince George

Queen Elizabeth and Prince George | Samir Hussein / WireImage

In the royal family, men’s is a must – and the queen is happy to teach their grandchildren how to respect. While visiting his grandmother in Buckingham Palace, Prince George once learned a valuable lesson in cleaning. According to reports, Her Majesty told Prince George to clean up their toys, as it is not the staff’s job to do so.

She let them call their funny names

When Prince William was a little boy, he could not pronounce “granny” and instead called the queen “Gary.” In addition, her granddaughter named her “Gan Gan,” which is a name Prince Charles used to call his grandmother and Prince William, and Harry called his grandmother (Queen’s mother).

She spoils them with gifts

Queen Elizabeth is not much different from other grandmother and grandmother – especially when it comes to destroying. In an ITV documentary titled Our Queen at Nintey, Kate Middleton revealed a very sweet way that the Queen connects to her grandchildren. “She always leaves a little gift or something in her room when we go and live, and it just shows her love for the family,” she noted.

 Queen Elizabeth and Prince George

 Queen Elizabeth and Prince George

Queen Elizabeth and Prince George | Chris Jackson / Getty Images

She treats them with respect

While an outing with the whole family is rare, we sometimes get a glimpse of how Queen Elizabeth is like her grandchildren. Some photographs show that her Majesty is slightly bent over when talking to Prince George. While she does not kneel down for a whole conversation – and has portrayed Prince William to do so – she will try her best to reach the same level as her grandchildren as they talk to her.

She breaks royal rules for them

The Queen is known for her strict royal rules, but sometimes they go out for the door of their grandchildren. Case in point: Queen Elizabeth broke royal rules when Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were born.

According to royal title rules, only the monarch’s children and grandchildren are called princes and princesses. But, given their position on the British side, Her Majesty had no trouble breaking the record and giving their own royal official titles.

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