Cameran Eubanks' 8-month-old daughter Palmer Corrine Wimberly can count Patricia Altschul as something of an honorary grandmother. We mean, the Southern Charm grand dame spoils the little one as if she were her own granddaughter (no pressure, Whitney Sudler-Smith), and no one can deny how darling she looks in her arms.
In fact, Patricia has gladly stepped into this role. "Well, I adore Cameran. The baby is the cutest, sweetest baby, love her. Whitney is very close to [Cameran's husband] Jason," she recently told The Daily Dish. "They're like family."
If there's anyone you'd want doting on you, it'd definitely be Patricia. She has already gifted the tot with everything from clothing to toys to even a baby Chanel bag, which Patricia thinks "Cameran uses on the sly." "Anytime that I see something that's cute, I can't resist getting it for Palmer," she gushed.
When it comes to swapping advice (or should we say horror stories) about motherhood, Patricia said that she and Cameran have talked about their shared dislike of breastfeeding. But all in all, Patricia said that Cameran is doing fine all on her own. "I think she's doing a great job. It just comes naturally. After you officially get used to having this little person in your life, it just all becomes very natural and easier," she said. "Plus, let's face it, Whitney, his baby years were so many years ago, I can't really remember too much about it."
Even though they may have raised their children at different times, Cameran and Patricia share one big philosophy when it comes to growing a family. "One thing that Cameran and I have in common that we always say about babies is, 'One and done [laughs],'" Patricia said.
No, Cameran hasn't been shy about not wanting to have any more children in the future. Why would she need anyone else but her little Palmer, after all? "Yes, I am glad that I went through with it. I love Palmer. It is so true, like the saying, 'When you have a baby, your heart lives outside of your body.' It is the most love you will ever feel," Cameran told The Daily Dish in April. "It's so intense that it's almost scary, so it's crazy."
— Additional reporting by Alesandra Dubin
Cameran received some pretty wild advice before welcoming Palmer into the world. Find out some of the eyebrow-raising suggestions, below.