Martha Stewart's Toddler Granddaughter Speaks Three Languages

PHOTO: Martha Stewart attends a book signing for her new book Martha Stewarts Cakes at Macys on March 12, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Martha Stewart's grandchildren are advanced.

According to the mogul of entertaining, her daughter Alexis' toddlers, Jude, 3, and Truman, 2, are already quite the linguists.

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"The little girl is a genius speaking Spanish and English [and] she's going into Mandarin now," Stewart told People magazine. "And the little boy is very good in Spanish -- very fluent!"

Stewart became a grandmother for the first time in 2011, when her daughter Alexis welcomed a daughter via gestational surrogate. Almost exactly one year later, baby Truman came along, also via surrogate. Now, Stewart said that both children are well-developed kids with "an extremely sophisticated palate."

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"They love good food! They love cacio e pepe pasta. They like mushrooms. They like caviar," she said, adding that she "totally" loves being a grandmother. "[But] they're not allowed to have sugar or butter so I have to temper my penchant for those things."

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