Although they are surrounded by luxury and live inside palaces, the British royal is just like any other and because of this, they call each other affectionate and curious nicknames, which have successfully emanated from fans. Today you will find out what royal nicknames they share.
Surnames between people, most of the time, indicate affection and cheerfulness. The Windsor family, which is a British royal name, shared a list of nicknames. Even the late Queen Elizabeth II of Britain had a pretty cute nickname in her life, the well-known one, Lilibet.
The surname Elizabeth II of Britain became the name of the daughter of Harry and Meghan of Sussex, although she is no longer part of the British royal family. But recently the Queen had a much funnier nickname, ‘Gary’ and her great-grandson, the future King, George of Wales, had ‘PG Tips’, after the tea brand.
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The most curious surnames of the British royal family
The rest of the Windsors have other nicknames of much more curious and interesting origins that should be known. Let’s start with William, Prince of Wales, who at the age of two was named Diana of Wales by his mother, a small animal that originated in Australia.
Already an adult, at the beginning of their relationship, Prince William was called “Big Willy” by Catherine of Wales and in recent years, Kate Middleton called her husband “Prince Baldy”, which translates to Bald Prince in Spanish. For his part, Prince Harry always recognized his older brother ‘Willy’ or Harold.
When he was now on his way to Catherine, Princess of Wales, he showed that he had been on a visit to the old college of St. Andrew’s, nicknamed Squeak, after he had once had a guinea-pig. Currently, Kate is called ‘DoD’, short for ‘Duchess Do-paul’, because there was a rumor that she was criticized for not having a real time course.
We continue with the long reign of the British monarch Elizabeth II, who was nicknamed by William, Prince of Wales, as ‘Gary’, because when he was small, he could not pronounce the word grandmother. While George of Wales referred to his great-grandmother as ‘gan-gan’.
Philip of Edinburgh had one of the most venerable nicknames for his wife, the late Elizabeth II of Britain. He used to call her “cabbage” and also called her “Lilibet”, a royal childhood nickname that she almost gave herself in an attempt to prove her name was Elizabeth.
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When it comes to the heads of the British royal family, King Charles III and Camila of Britain, supporters of the “Crown” can be remembered where Camila was called “Gladys” and Camila called Carlos “Fred”. This story is confirmed by royal historians.