Kate Middleton has a naughty nickname for William – but she is no longer allowed to use it

Like millions of families worldwide, the Royal Family has their own traditions, many of which go back centuries. The royals, including King Charles, Camilla, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, have their own special ways of presenting themselves. Simply put, while on official royal duty, they have rules and traditions they need to uphold.

But when the cameras are turned off, the royals can relax a bit more. Some try to live a more “ordinary life” than others, and it’s said that certain royals have nicknames for each other. Now, while this might not come as a big surprise to those who have followed the British Royal Family for any length of time, it turns out there’s one specific nickname that’s been essentially banned.

As per reports, Kate Middleton’s nickname for her husband, Prince William, was deemed too naughty to be appropriate…

Kate Middleton has been an official member of the British Royal Family for more than a decade. She and Prince William married in 2011, but their beautiful love story goes back longer than that. The couple first met when studying at St. Andrews, and though their relationship endured some pretty rocky periods, they made it through.

Today, Kate and William are happily married and busy raising their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

It should go without saying that the last year has been very hectic for the royals. Queen Elizabeth’s passing in September, along with Harry and Meghan’s latest verbal attacks on the Firm and its members has affected Kate Middleton and the rest.

At the time of writing, no one from the Royal Family has commented on any of the claims Harry made in his book, Spare, or what he and Meghan said in their Netflix documentary last December.

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