Eagle-eared Royal observers are claiming to have gleaned an elusive nugget of personal information about the Cambridge family from footage of the quintet romping around the garden that Duchess Kate designed for the Chelsea Flower Show: A nickname for Princess Charlotte. "At one point, Prince William asks his son what mark he would give the garden "out of 10", with" 10 being the highest".
"What would you give it out of 10, George?".
"Twenty!" the young boy replies.
"And I remember seeing the two of them at the bar and him pinching her bottom and that was the first time I remember thinking: 'Well they're definitely a couple then, '" she continued.
Kate also revealed the family called Charlotte "Lottie" during a royal engagement back in March. "William called her "Mignonette" which means 'delicate, '" a social media user suggested.
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The garden was designed by the duchess and award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White of Davies White Landscape Architects, and is a woodland setting for families and communities to come together and connect with nature.
But not everyone was as convinced, with some suggesting William was actually saying "beetle head".
While Charlotte's royal nickname is certainly sweet, there are other members of the royal family who don't have as cute pet names.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte reportedly call Prince Charles "Grandpa Wales " and Prince Phillip is said to refer to Queen Elizabeth as "cabbage". After all, the Duchess of Kent didn't wear the Erdem's Sheba gown at some obscure formal engagement, but to the highly-anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this time a year ago. This year's show is extra special for Kate because she was involved in the creation of one of the exhibits.
It's clear the royals just can't get enough of nicknames.