By George Stark For Dailymail.com
Published: 16:49 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 17:12 BST, 7 May 2020
Maria Shriver is not here for being called a "grandma."
In an interview on Entertainment Tonight, Maria, 64, was asked how she felt about becoming a grandmother, now that her daughter Katherine Schwarzenegger, 30, has her first baby on the way, with husband Chris Pratt, 40
"I'm not embracing that name exactly. I'm gonna come up with my own name," she said, while sitting with son Patrick Schwarzenegger, 26, who she is quarantining with.
Not like a regular mom: Maria Shriver, 64, (pictured in November last year) does not want to be referred to as 'grandma'
"I'll just do mama," she then added. "No, I can't do that. I've got to do something else. I'll think of it. I'll figure it out."
However, while she may think the name grandma doesn't suit her - that's not say she's not excited for her daughter's big milestone in becoming a mother.
Maria gushed: "I'm really proud of her. Obviously, she and Chris are super happy, so I feel like I won the lottery for Mother’s Day."
Family affair: Maria with children Katherine, Christina, and Patrick