William’s Unconventional Nickname: George and Charlotte’s Unique Term of Endearment

Prince William and Kate’s year started off with an extraordinary level of activity, even by their own standards. While they enjoyed their usual Christmas break, this holiday season was different from previous ones due to the unsettling anxiety and damaging speculation coming from across the Atlantic through Harry and Meghan.

Through their Netflix series and Harry’s revealing memoir, Harry and Meghan repeatedly criticized the Royal Family. Fortunately, William and Kate have shielded their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, from the enormous rift. Their lives have continued as usual, focused on school and various hobbies.


In an interesting twist, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a unique way of addressing their father, William. As the next in line for the throne, William carries significant responsibilities. He and Kate Middleton have approached their royal duties with great dedication and have successfully avoided rumors and speculation. As history has shown, scandals only complicate a royal’s role.

Unfortunately, William and Kate found themselves under scrutiny in Harry’s book. When Harry and Meghan departed from the Firm years ago, a scandal was born. Following their interview with Oprah and the recent candid Netflix series, matters took a more serious turn. In the documentary released in December, William and Kate were largely spared personal criticism. However, with the publication of Harry’s book, “Spare,” they could no longer avoid being implicated.

Harry disclosed several aspects about the couple, particularly focusing on his relationship with his brother, William, and revealed instances of William’s occasional physical aggression. Moreover, Harry brought their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, into the narrative, which many deemed as crossing a line.


When Prince George was born, William and Kate required more living space, prompting their move to Kensington Palace. Harry, on the other hand, settled in Nottingham Cottage, located just across the road from his brother’s new residence.

Soon after the move, Harry began to sense that something was amiss. In his book, he detailed his satisfaction with residing in Nottingham Cottage, merely a short walk away from Kensington Palace, or as he humorously described it, “half a football pitch away.” He even mentioned hearing William and Kate’s nanny passing by with the stroller at all hours.

Harry expressed his delight at leaving the old place and being able to live right in front of William and Kate, envisioning himself frequently dropping by to see them. He described his aspirations of visiting William and Kate, spending time with George, and playfully wrestling with his nephew.


While Harry’s book shed light on various aspects of his life within the Firm and included criticism of his family members, it drew criticism for involving his youngest nephew, Prince George. Harry claimed that he wasn’t invited to spend time with Prince George after his birth. Furthermore, he revealed that Princess Charlotte had experienced emotional distress prior to Meghan’s wedding, leading some to argue that Harry violated Charlotte’s privacy.

In an interview with The Telegraph to promote his book, Harry again discussed William and Kate’s three children. He admitted to genuinely worrying that his niece and nephew, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, may eventually face similar challenges as him. He acknowledged that although he and William have discussed this concern, William has made it clear that his children are not Harry’s responsibility. However, Harry still feels a sense of responsibility, recognizing that at least one of the three children will eventually become the “spare” like him, which deeply saddens and concerns him.

Harry continued to reflect on his unique role within the royal family, explaining how he was brought into the world as a contingency plan for William. He was meant to provide support, distraction, and if necessary, serve as a spare part—perhaps a kidney, blood transfusion, or bone marrow.

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