The world may know the future queen as Duchess Catherine, but her brother-in-law, Prince Harry calls her by another name.
Prince Harry has a special name for Catherine and the name isn’t very unique.
It turns out that Prince Harry fondly refers to his brother’s spouse as ‘Cath’. It’s a shortened version of her full name Catherine. In 2017, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate sat down with BBC. Radio host, Scott Mills said he listened to a podcast with Prince Harry where he refers to the couple as “William and Cath”.
Mr Scott Mills said “Is this a thing just in the family?, he asked Kate. Yeah, I’m not sure”, she says. “I am not that familiar with it I have to say, but I’ll answer to most things, to be honest”.
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This isn’t the first time personal nicknames from the Royal Family have been revealed.
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In a 2016 special interview for Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday, Kate Middleton said that George calls his great-grandmother “Gan-Gan”. A similar story was reported of the Duke of Cambridge, William when he was a toddler. He called his grandmother “Gary” when he couldn’t pronounce “Granny”.
“Queen Elizabeth was on hand after William fell over at Buckingham Palace, bawling: ‘Gary, Gary’. A guest who went to help asked who Gary actually was, assuming it must be a member of the royal household”. “‘I’m Gary,’. He hasn’t learned to say Granny yet, Her Majesty explained.
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Another famous royal nickname was given by the late Princess Diana. It was for her older son, William. She started referring to him as “wombat” when he was two years old, after a trip to Australia where they saw the cute native creature.
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