Kate Middleton Accidentally Revealed What George And Charlotte Call Prince William At Home
December 3, 2018 17:22 By Fabiosa
Take a minute and remember how you call your relatives and friends: by their real names or you use some affectionate nicknames? A lot of people tend to invent adorable pseudonyms for their relatives as they put great meaning in everything that concerns their loved ones. Nothing human is alien to the royal family members. Do you remembe what Prince Charles calls his daughter-in-law? Meghan must enjoy how caringly and respectfully the future king treats her.
While the Dukes of Sussex are only preparing to become parents, the Cambridge family continues to delight us with unexpected personal details. Both Kate and William sometimes mention in various conversations about their behind-the-cameras life.
The Duchess of Cambridge has recently pleased royal family fans with another detail. According to People, during an official visit to Leicester, she revealed what George and Charlotte call their father, Prince William.
Knowing Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s conservatism, it is difficult to imagine that some of their children would allow themselves informal addressing to them. However, the Cambridges are more progressive and loyal. The elder kids of the family call the future king Pops. It has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
According to Hello!, Prince William appeals to his wife in a more traditional way, calling her Darling.
We prefer to give ones loved ones many affectionate nicknames. However, some of them may be meaningful and understandable only to us. Why do we do this? Suzanne Degges-White, a professor at Northern Illinois University, believes this is a good sign of harmony in relationships. Affectionate nicknames, in her opinion, are a manifestation of care and solidarity. Of course, this is true only if the used words don’t imply suppression and aren’t used to evoke negative feelings such as irritation, restraint or anger.
Suzanne has also noted some of less-affectionate nicknames most women especially don’t like: baby, chick, sweet cheeks, etc.
And what about you? Are there any generally accepted affectionate nicknames that seem unacceptable to you? Share with us in the comments!