Recently, the entire royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, met with several world leaders of the most advanced countries and economies of the world during the G7 that was held at Carbis Bay.
While the world was focused on the interactions between Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, Presidents Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron, royal experts were busy trying to catch a glimpse of the personal relationships of the famous British royals.
Kate Middleton greeted Prince Charles as “grandpa” when they met at a G7 reception in Cornwall, a lip reader has revealed.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, has three children who are the grandchildren of the future king of Britain, Prince Charles, 72.
And he is believed to have a close relationship with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Arriving together at the reception, Kate Middleton and Prince William walked behind the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as they prepared to make a royal impression on world leaders.
Earlier this month, leaders of the world’s most powerful nations had met in Cornwall, England, for the G7 summit.
With cameras surrounding them as they arrived at the entrance, the Duchess of Cambridge greeted her father-in-law, Prince Charles saying, “hello Grandpa, how are you?” according to one lip reader who has analyzed the video footage.
The unnamed lip-reader has also revealed an exchange between the Queen, Camilla, and Prince Charles about a shawl.
Camilla, 73, held a shawl out to the monarch, 95, saying, “here is your shawl,” but the Queen told her, “you have it.”
When Camilla then reportedly asked, “are you sure?,” Prince Charles appeared to interject to insist that they put an end to the conversation by saying, “she doesn’t want it.”
Two days later, the Queen hosted US President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden at Windsor Castle, in their first visit to the UK since President Biden was sworn in several months ago.
Biden spoke to the press after meeting the Queen and said she was “very gracious, and she reminded me of my mother.”
Biden added: “I don’t think she’d be insulted but she reminded me of my mother, the look of her and just the generosity. We had a long talk, and she was very generous.”
The President’s beloved and fiery mother, Catherine Biden, known as Jean, died in 2010 at the age of 92. The President also revealed had invited the Queen to the White House.
The royal engagements were a part of the package to make an impression on the new President as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempts to strike a trade deal with the US.