When it comes to names, members of the royal family have many of them. They have, of course, the name they received at birth, their royal titles, secret code names for their protection, and cute nicknames given to them by other royals. It is now known which nickname Kate Middleton uses for Prince George and Princess Charlotte after the Duchess heard her shopping the trio.
Here's the nickname Middleton called their two children while they were on the road, and also some other nicknames that different members of the royal family have for each other
Middleton's Glamorous Nickname for Her Children
On December 23, 2018, Prince William's wife was seen when two of her children snatched up last Christmas gifts at The Range in King's Lynn. The shop is located in Norfolk, near the Queen's Sandringham Estate, where the family spends their holidays.
A friend named Sarah Daniels told The Express that she overheard the enigmatic nickname Middleton used for the young Royals.
I looked at the shelves. I noticed a tall dark-haired lady at the other end of the aisle and thought to myself, "I recognize that face," Daniels said. According to the 43-year-old teacher, Princess Charlotte sat down on the floor at some point in the corridor before her mother said to her, "Get up, Poppet. Daniels recalled that George had asked his mother if she could buy dinosaur slime, and Middleton also called her son "Poppet."
Daniels added, "It seemed like a nice family outing the day before Christmas Eve, we are used to all the pomp and ceremony of the royal family, but it was great to see Kate and her children in a discount store the rest Used by us. "
Middleton's youngest child, Prince Louis, did not shop with his mother and siblings, but since the Duchess has named her other children, we wonder if she, too, has the Little Louis calls "Poppet".
] Other Kings Have Nicknames
Not only the Duchess of Cambridge uses nicknames, in fact several members of the royal family have unique nicknames that they use behind castle walls.
Prince Philip calls his wife, Queen Elizabeth, "Kohl". Royal biographer Robert Lacey had previously shared this information with the Sunday Times and said, "Yes, I've heard that he sometimes refers to them."
Prince Charles also uses this as a unique nickname for his daughter-in-law Meghan Markle. The Prince of Wales calls the former actress "Tungsten", which is inspired by the very robust metal, which is known for its robustness. He was reportedly giving her the name to show the strength and determination she made.
And finally, Harry revealed that his future mother, Princess Diana, gave William the nickname "Wombat."
"It started when I was two years old, and I was rightly told, because I can not remember so much, but when we went to Australia with our parents, and the wombat, you know, that is the local animal, "Harry explained why his brother received this name.  Read More: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis & Cutest Moments
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