Camilla Parker-Bowles On Joys Of Being A Grandmother: "Spoil Them And Then Give Them Back Again"

The audiences everywhere recently had the pleasure to observe day-to-day life of Camilla Parker-Bowles. The documentary depicted the 70th year of the Duchess of Cornwall's life. It also gave exclusive insight into who Camilla is as a person, and included her family and friend's warm feelings toward her.

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The joy of being a grandmother

Apart from Camilla Parker-Bowles daily activities and relationship with Prince Charles, the documentary delved into her less talked-about family life.

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The Duchess of Cornwall has five grandchildren, who she loves spending time with. She also adores the role of the grandmother, as she finds it a bit more easy-going than having to raise your own children.

It’s very nice because you haven’t got the full responsibility. You can give them a wonderful time, spoil them, give them all the things their parents won’t allow them to have and then give them back again.

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In addition, Camilla revealed that her husband is great with his own grandchildren as well. Prince Charles often reads Harry Potter books to George and Charlotte, which they absolutely love. 

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Happy marriage

A lot of the documentary consists of interview's with Camilla Parker-Bowles' family and friends, Prince Charles in particular. He often refers to her as 'my darling wife', and doesn't fail to praise her personal qualities.

Charles also added that "she is the best listener", and was overall very candid about his loving feelings towards his wife.

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