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Kate Middleton's sweet nickname for Prince Charles is revealed by lip reader

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Kate Middleton fondly referred to Prince Charles as “grandpa” during the G7 meeting, a lipreader has disclosed.The professional translator told CornwallLive that the royal mother, 39, used the loving moniker in reference to her father-in-law, 72, when she attended the Eden Project with her husband Prince William, 38.

Senior members of the royal family attended the eco-visitor attraction last Friday including Kate, Charles, the Queen, William and Camilla.

As the family gathered for a drinks reception with world leaders in Cornwall, Kate, who recently read to children with Jill Biden, appeared to greet the future King of England as 'Grandpa'.

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