Kate Middleton uses an adorable and charming name for her father-in-law, a lip reader has revealed.
A brief moment between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Prince of Wales at the G7 summit appears to show the endearing moment it was caught.
Kate appears to call Princes Charles 'grandpa', according to a lip reader reviewing the footage, writes CornwallLive.
The royals were visiting the Eden Project for a G7 summit reception at the time.
The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William, and the duchess attending the reception on Friday and spoke with world leaders before the political summit took place.
Kate spoke with her father-in-law when they arrived at the scene.
She said: "Hello grandpa, how are you?"
The sweet moniker hasn't been known to be used by the duchess before for Prince Charles.
The future king of England is grandfather to Kate and William's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The lip reader also revealed other charming conversations that day, including that between Camilla and the Queen.
Queen's sweet moment with Camilla at G7 summit picked up by lip reader
The lip reader states the Duchess of Cornwall offered Her Majesty a shawl.
Camilla was seen holding out the garment and said to the monarch: "Here is your shawl.:
The Queen replied: "You have it," before Camilla checked: "Are you sure?"
Charles then added: "She doesn't want it."
The royal visit to the G7 summit also allowed the Duchess of Cambridge to speak with US First Lady Jill Biden.
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The pair discussed a passion for education and the early development of children when they met at Connor Downs Academy in Hayle before the event.
Tweeting after the talk, Ms Biden said on Twitter that the paid “could have talked for hours”.
At another point in the visit, the monarch had been handed a sword and insisted on using it to cut a cake.
She was given the blade by Edward Bolitho, the Lord-Lietenant of Cornwall at the Big Lunch.
When an aide told her there was a knife available to cut the dessert, Her Majesty quipped: "I know there is, this is more unusual".
The Duchess of Cornwall commented: "That's slicing through" before assisting with the final part of cutting the cake.
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