Prince Charles Loves Putting Funny Voices When Reading Bedtime Stories to Grandchildren
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According to his wife Duchess Camilla, the 73-year-old royal is 'very good' at treating his five grandchildren, George, Charlotte, Louis, Archie and Lilibet.

AceShowbiz - Prince Charles is a great grandfather, according to his wife Duchess Camilla. According to Camilla, the 73-year-old royal loves reading bedtime stories to his grandchildren.

Prince Charles has five grandchildren, George, Charlotte and Louis, whose parents are Prince William and Duchess Catherine and Archie and Lilibet, who live in California with their parents Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, and he loves to put on funny voices when he reads books to the kids.

Charles' wife, Duchess Camilla, said, "His grandchildren aren't [too old], and he's very good because he does all these voices for them. He loves Babar the Elephant. They are such lovely books, I think all ages love them, even grown-ups."

"I think we all do that [introduce grandchildren to the books he enjoyed as a child] don't we?" Camilla shared. "I can never read 'Black Beauty' to Eliza, my grand-daughter, though, because she can't cope with anything to do with an animal that is hurt."

Meanwhile, Camilla, who has son Tom and daughter Laura with her ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles, revealed she downloaded the apps Houseparty and TikTok during the COVID-19 pandemic, to keep in touch with her own five grandchildren.

"Well, I did go on Houseparty during lockdown. It was the only way I could keep in touch because I was in Scotland and they were in the south," she said. "We'd go on Houseparty and I could see everyone in the south sitting in the sunshine, while I was looking at snowflakes coming down my end."

"I'm not sure if they [her grandchildren] think I'm cool at 75," she went on. "But we do have a very close relationship and they keep me in touch with the world of youth and TikTok!"

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