Prince George's secret nickname that only his classmates know as young royal turns 9 | The Sun

HE lives in a palace and will one day be King, but what do Prince George’s fellow classmates call him at school?

The young royal, who turns nine today, studies at Thomas’s Battersea, in south west London, alongside sister Princess Charlotte, seven, and reportedly has a very sweet nickname.

It is said Prince George’s schoolmates call him “PG”, in a nod to his “Prince George” initials. 

And it seems the nickname has stuck at home too, as Kate Middleton and Prince William are also said to call their son “PG” or “PG Tips” like the British tea brand.

Royals at school are typically known by their first name and their parents' title for their surname.

So on the school register, Prince George will be referred to as George Cambridge.

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This will also be true for his siblings, who will be called Charlotte Cambridge and Louis Cambridge.

This follows Prince William and Prince Harry taking the surname Wales at school, as their dad Charles is known as the Prince of Wales.

Willam also has a very sweet nickname for daughter Charlotte, and he was overheard saying it at the 2019 Chelsea Flower Show.

Instead of saying “Charlotte”, he called his adorable daughter “Mignotte”, which is French for “cute.”

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Meanwhile, after William and Kate toured Northern Ireland in 2019, one woman who met the couple spoke about the interaction.

She told the Daily Mail: "I said he is four and she said 'oh, he's the same age as Lottie' — she calls her Lottie!"

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