Carole Middleton just opened up about how she feels about Kate becoming royalty
She's some woman.
So, the world seems to be bloody obsessed with the 'feud' between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle right now.
And while everyone else discusses that, we're here for Carole Middleton lads!
The mother of the future QUEEN gave an interview to The Telegraph this weekend, where she really opened up.
She spoke candidly about her children, who all live very high profile lives.
Chatting about the reality of her kids growing up, Carole Middleton said:
"My biggest fear was that I’d lose my family, but we’ve stayed close."
She added: "I have two lovely sons-in-law and...I hope I’ll have a lovely daughter-in-law."
Carole also spoke about what it was like planning her daughters' weddings, mentioning that she was involved in them both.
"We talked about music…everything. I was involved lots with both Pip’s and Catherine’s weddings."
Nice that she played a part in both days!
The lovely Carole also spoke about how she maintains normality, despite being the mother of the future Queen, and the grandmother to a future King.
"I have two other children and grandchildren and my job, and I lead a lot of my life round here, where I’ve lived for years and people knew me before Catherine’s…impact.
"It isn’t normal maybe to go to Louis’ christening or Catherine’s wedding, but, in the end, they’re all family events."
We just love her!