Carole And Michael Middleton Acted Like “Traditional” Gr

Carole And Michael Middleton Acted Like “Traditional” Grandparents To George And Charlotte At The King’s Cup Regatta, A Body Language Expert Claims

Royals

August 13, 2019 12:24 By Fabiosa

A body language expert has analyzed Carole and Michael Middleton's real relationships with their royal grandchildren based on a recent regatta. What is the expert’s verdict?

Traditional grandparents

Royal kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the spotlight as they came to cheer for mom and dad at the King’s Cup regatta last week.

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The youngsters were accompanied by Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton. A body language expert Judi James took a precise look at the Middletons’ relationship with their royal grandkids and gave her verdict.

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George and Charlotte were under the close eye of their grandparents. Mr. Middleton remained close to little George who was pictured resting on the edge of the boat. Meanwhile, Carole was seen involved in a vivid conversation with her granddaughter.

The expert commented:

It’s interesting to see how much of a very hands-on, watchful, and protective role grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton play in the lives of their royal grandchildren.

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Judi added that George and Charlotte both seemed to feel calm and relaxed in a company of Kate’s parents. Even the iconic ‘tongue showing moment’ with Princess Charlotte reflects her friendly and unique bond with granny Carole.

Judi James explained:

It suggests the children have grown up with their very traditional grandma and granddad’s presence.

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Royal kids definitely enjoy spending time with their grandparents. A few weeks ago, George and Charlotte visited the Middletons’ company Party Pieces. Obviously, the youngsters have already started to learn how to run the family business.

It’s good to know that royal children are so close with their non-royal grandparents. George, Charlotte, and little Louis are the lucky ones! Don’t you think?