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Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s 'unusual' name for Camilla – and it’s not granny
Royal Family can appear stuffy with all the formal titles and dukedoms to remember.But, according to royal experts, “The Firm” are just like any other family when it comes to their nicknames for each other.Prince Philip was known to famously call the Queen, his wife of 73 years, “cabbage” — an English take on the French phrase for saying “my darling”.The French say “mon petit chou,” which translates literally to “my little cabbage”.Even the youngest in the family have kept up the tradition of having fun names for their relatives, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte known to have pet names for their elders.Here is a look at some of the names they adopted when they were younger.The children of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Prince and Princess of Wales, are said to have their own cute nicknames for the royal elders.According to royal experts, the three children are constantly told stories about their "Granny Diana" — William and Harry’s mother who tragically died in a Paris car crash in 1997.In a nod to his former title, they refer to King Charles III as “Grandpa Wales".The nickname follows the same format as the Queen used for her grandad George V, who she referred to as Grandad England.Queen Consort Camilla married the-then Prince Charles in 2005, having both been married before and subsequently divorced.Camilla has five grandchildren of her own stemming from her two children's relationships.She also has her step-grandchildren, William and Kate's children George, Charlotte and Louis, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s little ones, Archie and Lilibet.Shortly after the birth of Prince George, the 75-year-old told the Daily Mail: "My own grandchildren call me GaGa."I don’t know if it’s because they think I
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Piers Morgan divides fans with 'reminder' dig at Meghan Markle as kids gain royal titles
Piers Morgan, 57, spoke out to shame Meghan Markle, 40, after it emerged that the two children she shares with Prince Harry, Archie and Lilibet, will now become His and Her Royal Highness.The broadcaster spoke out to remind the world that she had claimed on her interview with Oprah Winfrey that her children had been barred from receiving royal titles, although his frank commentary was blasted by some as crass and insensitive."REMINDER: Princess Pinocchio told the world on Oprah that her son was barred from being a Prince because of his skin colour," Piers exclaimed to his almost eight million followers.However @dave43law then hit back with his own retort, swiping: "Reminder - her husband has just lost his grandmother - today is a day to shove the one dimensional view you hold somewhere the sun don't shine!"Archie and Lilibet were not immediately entitled to royal titles, due to their relatively distant status as the Queen's great grandchildren.However King Charles III has been crowned following her death, and Meghan's children will both now be granted "Royal Highness" titles and be Prince and Princess.This is due to rules set out by George V in 1917, declaring that the grandchildren of an existing monarch have the right to titles.Yet Meghan claimed during her Oprah Winfrey interview that it was racism preventing them from gaining regal status.She claimed that an unnamed mystery member of the Royal Family had "concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he was born", something which was then relayed to her by Harry.Meghan then added that "conversations" took place while she was pregnant with son Archie about possibly changing the convention when Charles reached the throne, so that she was no longer
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Sandringham Estate garden house put on Airbnb amid Queen’s health concerns
the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the garden house on the Sandringham Estate has just been listed on Airbnb.Located in the Norfolk Coast Area of England, the country retreat has been traditionally used by the queen and the rest of the royal family during Christmas and the New Year.The castle is also where Queen Elizabeth gives her annual Christmas broadcast speech.According to the estate’s official website, the royal family has owned the property since 1862, when it was purchased as a gift for Prince Albert for his 21st birthday.It is also where the queen’s father, George VI, and grandfather, George V, both died.The garden house on the estate, listed by United Kingdom boutique holiday cottage agency Norfolk Hideaways, is comprised of four bedrooms and two bathrooms and was the former home of the queen’s head gardener.“This charming Norfolk hideaway, owned by HM The Queen, nestled within the heart of her much-loved Sandringham Estate country retreat and the closest estate property to Sandringham House itself, is all about an appreciation of the great outdoors and the beautiful gardens it sits within,” the Airbnb listing states. Built with brick, the house offers accommodation for up to eight guests over two floors.“Guests are able to enjoy a stroll around the Country Park, with over 200 hectares (494 acres) to enjoy in all,” the listing adds.And, of course, as a nod to the queen’s love of dogs, the listing notes: “furry friends welcome.”But to book a stay here, you must act fast.
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Royal fans swoon over picture of bearded Prince William who 'looks like two kings'
Royal fans have let their imaginations run wild after seeing a rare photograph of Prince William with a striking beard.The 14-year-old image, which recently resurfaced on social media, shows an unusually hirsute Duke of Cambridge smiling to the camera.Online followers of the The Firm have been at pains to point out just how similar William looks to two of his historic ancestors.Prince William debuted his beard in 2008 when he walked with his family to the Christmas morning church service in Sandringham.Though the reason for his face fuzz was never confirmed, some believe he grew it in an attempt to disguise his identity during an Special Boat Service mission before he entered the RAF.Commentators also observed that he was following in his father's footsteps, as Prince Charles had also sported a beard while on Naval exercises in Alaska in 1975.The pictures admiration and disdain for the facial hair, many users took the opportunity to explain just how much Prince William looked like several of his royal ancestors.Many on Twitter saw a striking resemblance to his great-great grandfather, King George V.One wrote: "WOW King George V Related for sure", comparing him to a photograph of the King in his full Naval uniform.Another agreed: "The resemblance is uncanny", while someone else quipped: "George V vibes in a good way, of course".Others suggested, however, that there was another former monarch that Prince William looked more like — a young King Edward VII, back when he was The Prince of Wales in the 1860s/1870s.One commented: "Somewhat reminiscent of his great-great- great grandfather, Edward VII".Another eagle-eyed royal history enthusiast said he looked like Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, writing: "More Edward VII
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‘The Crown’ may develop prequel series about sordid 20th-century scandals
Variety.While “The Crown” covers Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding in 1947 and her reign from the 1950s to the present day, the new show would look into the earlier events of the family’s tumultuous history.The series would reportedly dive into the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, and then into the dynasties of four British kings: Edward VII (1901-1910), George V (1910-1936), Edward VIII (1936) and George VI (1936-1952).These rulers governed the UK and the country’s Commonwealth realms from the period after Victoria and up to the start of Queen Elizabeth’s monarchy in 1952.The outlet reported that the new show has not been greenlighted nor is it in production as of yet.According to the Daily Mail, though, the prequel would run for about three to five seasons.In earlier seasons of “The Crown,” Jared Harris played King George VI, while Alex Jennings and Derek Jacobi both appeared as King Edward VIII.Jennings, 64, originated the role of the controversial Duke of Windsor for Seasons 1 and 2. Jacobi, 83, took over for Season 3, portraying the royal in his older years.George VI and King Edward VIII famously had a contentious relationship, with the latter abdicating the throne after less than a year in power back in 1936 so he could marry his beloved Wallis Simpson.