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Royals Reveal Their Secret Nicknames ..

Royals Reveal Their Secret Nicknames .....




Nicknames are a sign of affection, a secret code between friends, or in the case of the Royal family, a ripe opportunity to take the mickey.

It has emerged that Kate, 37, calls William, 36, ‘Baldy’ while she is the ‘Duchess of Do-Little’ – it seems some nicknames are harsher than others.

But the Cambridges aren’t the only couple in the family to prove they can poke some fun, with all Royals from Prince George up to the Queen being called by their aliases.

Baldy

 As the Duke and Duchess formally opened the V&A museum in Dundee, it was revealed Kate’s nickname for Wills came about as a ‘sharp retort’ when he kept complaining about her flowing locks.
The Prince raised eyebrows by debuting a buzzcut last year on the advice of his wife after years of teasing from younger brother Harry, 34. It’s not the first time Kate has given William a cheeky new name.

 Apparently during their time at university when they first started dating, she would call her future husband ‘Big Willy’.

Duchess Do-Little 

Prince William also has a jokey pet name for his wife, said to be ‘DoD’ which stands for ‘Duchess of Do-Little’. Although Kate is now a busy mum-of-three and working royal, before she married Prince William, she is said to have been criticised by the Queen for not having a full-time job.

A source revealed the cheeky nicknames to The Sun, saying: ‘The royals are not very good at communicating with one another so this is one way around it. ‘Nicknames are a way of taking the family tension out of things.

 ‘They can also be a rather childlike family. They love to play games and they give each other silly presents. ‘I think it’s because they have to be so earnest in their public lives.’ They added: ‘It’s done with affection usually and there are grains of truth about what one feels about another.’

Gary
 The Queen has been called ‘Lilibet’ for much of her life but some years ago, it was claimed that her husband Prince Philip endearingly referred to her as ‘Sausage’.

And, as well as being the ruling monarch, the Queen is the matriarch of her family and has a moniker to match. She is supposedly called ‘Mama’ by many Royals – including the Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince George refers to his great-grandmother as ‘Gan Gan’, but Prince William used to call her ‘Gary’.
 As a child, he struggled with the word ‘granny’ – with ‘Gary’ the best alternative he could manage. When the young prince fell over at Buckingham Palace and called for Gary, sparking some confusion, the Queen is said to have stepped in and said: ‘I’m Gary.’

Spike 
Harry is believed to have secretly had a Facebook account where he avoided the public eye by using the name ‘Spike Wells’. He chose the name as he was reportedly called ‘Spike’ when he was younger. But he’s less keen on the nickname reportedly given to him by his new wife’s friends – Hazza.

Archie
Last week Prince George surprised a dog walker he met in Berkshire by telling her his name was Archie. The woman, who did not want to be named, said: ‘I was asked by a police minder not to take a photo of the children, which I didn’t, but George started stroking my dog. Just to be friendly I engaged in a bit of small talk and I asked George what his name was, even though obviously I knew it. ‘To my astonishment he said ‘I’m called Archie’ with a big smile on his face. I don’t know why he calls himself Archie but kids often play with their names and I think it’s lovely.’

Tungsten 
The Duchess of Sussex may be new to the Royal Family, but she’s already been given a nickname by her father-in-law. Prince Charles calls Meghan ‘Tungsten’ after the tough metal. It may not be the sweetest moniker, but it’s apparently because the duchess is ‘tough and unbending’, so that’s nice. Phil the Greek Prince Philip, born in Corfu, Greece, has been called Phil the Greek, Zorba and Stavros in his time.

Fred and Gladys
 Prince Charles and second wife Camilla secretly called themselves ‘Fred and Gladys’ during their long affair while Charles was married to Diana.
 Ga-Ga 
Not the US popstar but the Duchess of Cornwall. Yes, the Queen may be Gan-Gan to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, but Camilla is referred to by the young royals as Ga-Ga.




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