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Prince George: this too cute nickname he gives to his father, Prince William

At 9 years old, Prince George already has everything of a future king. In public, the eldest Cambridge makes a strong impression. But in private, the little boy let himself go and found an adorable nickname for his father.

  • Prince George was raised from birth to be king
  • The 9-year-old boy holds a special place in the royal family
  • In private, he lets himself go and calls his dad with a tender nickname

With his father, Prince George does not do so… In family intimacy, the eldest of the Cambridges does not bother with the royal titles worn by Prince William. Exit His Royal Highness, the little boy has found an adorable nickname for his dad. And it was Kate Middleton who spilled the beans during a chat with residents of Leicester in 2018. To the wife, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis had found a loving nickname for their father. “Kate said William was playing football with the kids last night and one of them said, I think it was George, ‘Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?'” then told a woman after meeting Kate Middleton, using this familiar nickname used by British children.

Prince William also has nicknames for his children. During a tour of Kate Middleton’s specially designed garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019, the Duke of Cambridge fondly called Princess Charlotte “Mignonette.” Prince George, who recently celebrated his ninth birthday, has a close bond with his father. It must be said that, like Prince William before him, the little boy is raised with the aim of becoming King of England. Since he was a baby, the Cambridge eldest often accompanies his parents on official visits and other public engagements. At only 9 months old, he was notably present during the trip of Prince William and Kate Middleton to Australia and then to New Zealand. Like his father, Prince George is also touched by charitable causes.

Prince George is ‘cute and playful’

During the confinement of Covid-19, the little boy had organized a sale of cakes to raise funds for the Tusk organization, of which his father has been the royal patron since 2005. Prince George also inherited the sporting passions of his father since he notably attended the Euro football last year but also the Wimbledon tournament a few weeks ago. Future king yes, but above all a little boy. Because like children of his age, Prince George “likes to have fun” and has a “cute and mischievous side”as revealed by a relative in the columns of US Weekly. “He likes to prank his parents and siblings and make everyone laugh, described this source. Despite the responsibilities he will have in his future role, Kate and William don’t want to see him grow up too quickly.”

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In family intimacy, the eldest of the Cambridges does not bother with the royal titles worn by Prince William

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Exit His Royal Highness, the little boy has found an adorable nickname for his dad

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It was Kate Middleton who spilled the beans during a chat with locals in Leicester in 2018

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To the wife, the Duchess of Cambridge had revealed that her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis had found a tender nickname for their father

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“Kate said William was playing football with the kids last night and one of them said, I think it was George, ‘are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?'”

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This colloquial nickname is often used by British children

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Prince William also has nicknames for his children

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During a tour of Kate Middleton’s specially designed garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019, the Duke of Cambridge fondly called Princess Charlotte “Mignonette”

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Prince George, who recently celebrated his ninth birthday, has a close bond with his father

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his son Prince George – Members of the Royal Family watch the Trooping the Color parade from a balcony at Buckingham Palace in London during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on June 2, 2022.

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Like Prince William before him, the little boy is being raised to become King of England

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Since he was a baby, the eldest of the Cambridges often accompanies his parents on official visits and other public engagements.

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At only 9 months old, he was notably present during the trip of Prince William and Kate Middleton to Australia and then to New Zealand

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Like his father, Prince George is also touched by charitable causes

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During the Covid-19 confinement, the little boy had organized a bake sale to raise funds for the Tusk organization of which his father has been the royal patron since 2005

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Prince George also inherited his father’s sporting passions

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He notably attended the Euro football last year but also the Wimbledon tournament a few weeks ago

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Future king yes, but above all a little boy

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Like children his age, Prince George “likes to have fun” and has a “cute and mischievous side”, as revealed by a relative in the columns of US Weekly

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“He likes to prank his parents and siblings and make everyone laugh”

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