Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, have a total of nine grandchildren. Five of those are, reportedly, from the Duchess' side following her first marriage outside the royal fold.

The remaining four are those who were born royals. These are the Cambridge's and Sussex's kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and Archie Harrison.

While it is not always seen in public, reports revealed that the Prince of Wales loves his time with his grandchildren. Prior to the pandemic crisis, it is said that he always tries to find time to spend quality moments with the young kids.

With his "adorable" attitude with his grandchildren, the young Cambridge royals, reportedly, gave him a new title. Instead of calling him "grandpa" or "granddad," Prince William and Kate Middleton's children call Prince Charles "grandpa Wales," royal insider, Robert Hardman revealed, according to the Daily Express.

The adorable title, reportedly, made sense as he is the Prince of Wales. But, the insider said that this is quite fitting for the Queen's firstborn son considering that the British Monarch is also said to have used a similar title to her grandfather, King George V.

As explained, Queen Elizabeth II called her grandfather "Grandpa England." Although there is not much revelation about the relationship between the Queen and the former King, this dynamic, reportedly, tells that they had a close relationship, just like Prince Charles to his grandchildren.

In a report released by Hello! magazine, the narrative highlighted the "cute granddad" moments that the Prince of Wales shared with his grandkids. Aside from playing with them outdoors, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, also, reportedly, revealed that he usually reads Harry Potter to the kids, and even utilized several voices to match the characters in the book. They "absolutely adore him," the Duchess added.

In the same report, it is said that Prince William described Prince Charles as a "brilliant" grandfather to his kids. The Duke of Cambridge also, reportedly, hoped that his father would spend a lot more time with the young Cambridges than usual.

To date, the Prince of Wales and his wife are in Birkhall as they observe self-isolation amid the pandemic crisis. Despite the need to stay indoors, he has, reportedly, managed to continue his duties and responsibilities in the British Monarchy.

However, while he may have maintained his hard work amid the crisis, he recently shared that he misses his grandchildren. He even shared in a virtual interview that he wants to hug them.