What are Prince George's nicknames and what do Kate Middleton and Prince William call him? | The Sun
PRINCE George is second in line to the throne and the young royal goes by several nicknames.
Here's a full list of the monikers Prince William and Princess Kate's son is known by.
Is Prince George's real name Archie?
Prince George told a stranger that his name is Archie in January 2019 – sparking a mystery over whether it’s a family nickname or his own choice.
George was out with his grandmother Carole Middleton when a dog walker came across him playing with his younger sister Charlotte in a stream near the Middleton family home in Berkshire.
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."
, 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.”
The name Archie originally comes from Germany but in Scotland it’s a short form of Archibald, meaning true, bold and brave.
George has several nicknames, as do many other members of the royal family.
His middle names are Alexander and Louis and he now has a cousin, who IS called Archie.
What other royal nicknames are there?
As a child Prince William was dubbed “Wombat” by mum Diana, and at University he called himself “Steve” as he tried to blend in with fellow students.
At school Kate was known as “Squeak” because her sister was Pippa so they were jointly named “PipSqueak.”
Kate calls her husband “Big Willy” while Prince Harry has been known as “Flash.”
Harry is also called “Potter” by friends as in Harry Potter, while wife Meghan was called “Flower” by her mum and “Bean” by her dad.
The Queen has always been known as “Lilibet” in her family because she couldn’t say her name Elizabeth when she was young.
She has also been dubbed “Brenda” by satirical magazine Private Eye and “The Baked Bean” in rhyming slang, while Prince Philip calls her “Cabbage” or “Sausage.”
Philip has been called “Phil the Greek”, “Zorba” and “Stavros” by the press and servants because he was born in Corfu.
Prince Charles and second wife Camilla secretly called themselves “Fred and Gladys” during their long affair while Charles was married to Diana.
When World Cup winning rugby star Mike Tindall first started dating Princess Anne’s daughter Zara the royals dubbed him “Shrek” because of his likeness to the animated film character.
During his playing days he was known as “The Fridge” because of his frame.
In an interview a couple of years ago Tindall revealed he calls wife Zara “Monica” after the neurotic character in Friends who is always cleaning her flat.
A royal insider said: “The royals love nicknames and having a bit of fun just like everyone else.
“When George goes to school I can imagine a few comments about ‘Educating Archie’.”
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What do Kate Middleton and Prince William call him?
When she was pregnant Kate and William referred to him as “our little grape.”
At school he is known as PG – after his initials.
His parents then started calling him PG Tips or just “Tips” after the tea.
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