In the privacy of their homes, The Firm members use very tender nicknames
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Members of the English Royal Family are publicly known with specific noble titles. William and Kate, for example, are the Dukes of Cambridge. When media attention goes out, in the privacy of their homes, the Royals use a series of curious nicknames to say the least.
A few examples? The revelation of Harry, who during a conference call on Zoom on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Rugby Football League, claimed to call little Archie, born in May 2019, "little man".
The second son of Carlo and Diana also declared that he was happy to have a large open space for him to play. What to say, instead, of Meghan Markle? As revealed by the tabloid Mail on Sunday, Prince Charles dubbed the former Suits actress "tungsten". This curious nickname, which refers to a metal known for its strength, would be linked to the character of Harry's wife, a strong and determined woman.
Lady Markle also has other nicknames. Her mother Doria Ragland, for example, calls her "flower". Little Archie's mother also revealed that she was known as MM, an acronym she also used on the pages of her now defunct blog The Tig, which closed after joining the Royal Family.
Rachel's former Suits performer has been giving her husband a nickname since their first date. A friend of Lady Markle's took care of this detail, who revealed that, a few weeks after their first date together, the then actress began to refer to Harry with the affectionate nickname "Haz". During the famous documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, broadcast on ITV in 2019 and a decisive step in the separation between the children of Carlo and Diana, Meghan specified that she frequently addresses her husband using the simple initial of his first name, the letter H.
Even the Dukes of Cambridge in private are used to call each other with tender nicknames. A few examples? William who would often address Kate using the names "darling" and "poppet". Lady Middleton, for her part, during the couple's participation in the Chelsea Flower Show was overheard calling her husband using the word "babe".