Princess Eugenie shares sweet nickname for wonderful sister Beatrice

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On Princess Beatrice’s 31st birthday back in 2019, Princess Eugenie, now 32, shared her adorable nickname for her older sister. Beatrice, now 34, has always had a very close relationship with her little sister who is only two years younger.

Siblings always have nicknames for each other, and with the Royal Family, they are no different. Sisters Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are extremely close and share a wonderful sister relationship.

Eugenie posted an adorable photo collection to mark Beatrice’s 31st birthday back in 2019 and revealed her cute nickname for Beatrice.

“You have been bossing it since before I was born and continue to be the most wonderful person, friend and big sister,” Eugenie captioned the image.

She finished the caption by adding: “Happy Birthday to you Beabea!!” The photos included young images of Beatrice with her mother Sarah Ferguson, as well as selfies of her with her younger sister Eugenie.

When Beatrice announced her engagement to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, her sister once again could not contain her excitement and called her by her sweet nickname again.

She posted a photo saying: “Beabea – wow! I’m so happy for you my dearest big sissy and dear Edo. It’s been a long time coming and you two are meant to be.”

But it turns out Princess Eugenie also has a couple of nicknames that were both bestowed upon her by her mother, the Duchess of York.

In an interview with Town & Country, Fergie stood on a rope swing that showed a nickname for her youngest daughter: “Euge”. Meanwhile, for the Princess’s 30th birthday in 2020, Sarah posted a photo of her daughter and called her, “My little magic dust”.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie’s nicknames are not the only ones in the Royal Family that have been shared with the public. For instance, Kate Middleton, 40, has an adorable nickname for her father-in-law, King Charles III.

Charles and his daughter-in-law were seen chatting last November when they visited the Eden Project in Cornwall and their conversation gave a rare insight into their relationship.

Kate could be heard greeting King Charles with the words: “Hello Grandpa, how are you?” This touching name provides an insight into their rare bond and what Charles is known as to his closest family members.

Similarly, Prince William had the adorable childhood nickname “Wombat,” which was given to him by his late mother, Princess Diana. 

In a 2007 interview with NBC, William admitted the name has stuck with him. “I can’t get rid of it now,” he said. “It began when I was two. I’ve been rightfully told because I can’t remember back that far, but when we went to Australia with our parents, and the wombat, you know, that’s the local animal, so I just basically got called that, not because I look like a wombat, or maybe I do.”

There is also the nickname “Babe”. While attending the Chelsea Flower Show together in 2016, the Princes of Wales was overheard telling her husband, “Babe, we’ve got those. We’ve got loads of those,” while perusing the array of plants.

In addition, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out for a Hamilton charity performance at London’s Victoria Palace Theater in 2018 and stole the show when the Duchess of Sussex accidentally revealed her heartwarming nickname for her husband.

While the royal couple gathered for a group photo with the cast and crew, the Duchess turned to her husband and asked, “My love, can you see?”

The words “My Love” are not the only words of endearment Meghan has for Harry. While speaking to interviewer Tom Bradby for their documentary, ‘Harry & Meghan: An African Journey’, she stated, “I’ve said for a long time to H. That’s what I call him.”

Harry’s friends, on the other hand, reportedly call him “Spike,” which the Duke of Sussex also used as an online pseudonym for years.

Prince Harry also has a sweet nickname for his wife Meghan. He let it slip at the 2018 Invictus Games reception in Sydney, Australia. He was overheard calling the Duchess “Meg”.

King Charles III and his wife, Camilla the Queen consort, have been known to call each other “Fred” and “Gladys”. Although details on the backstory for these names are unknown, it is believed that they pulled these nicknames from characters on ‘The Goon Show’.

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