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Some Royals Now Use Cringy Nicknames for 'Celebrity Royals' Harry and Meghan Markle

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By Augustine Mbam - - 5 Mins Read
Prince Harry and Megan sit with smiles on a coach during an interview
Prince Harry and Megan Markle |

Can you identify the real names of the following royal family members? It's time for a pop quiz! Here are the nicknames: Cabbage, Fred, Gladys, Basher, Wombat, the Valkyrie, Babykins, Spike, Archie, the U-boat Commander, and Tungsten.  


The answers are Queen Elizabeth, King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William, Prince William, Princess Michael of Kent, Kate, Princess Diana, Prince Harry, Prince George, Princess Michael of Kent, and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. 


Royal nicknames can be endearing or amusing, like Prince Philip's nickname for the Queen or Princess Michael's nickname given by Princess Diana.


According to sources within the royal circle, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have allegedly acquired a new moniker due to their penchant for receiving accolades, discussing their personal lives, and featuring themselves in various programs.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been given a new nickname by individuals in "royal circles," and it's not flattering. Over the years, various royal family members have been given nicknames, as revealed by the prince himself.


Prince Harry and Megan
Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle


In 2007, he informed Matt Lauer of NBC that he couldn't eliminate it as it had started when he was two. Regrettably, Harry and Meghan's label is not as jovial. Richard Eden, the Daily Mail diarist, reports that a moniker of "the Kardashians" has been affixed to them owing to their inclination for "receiving awards for themselves, conversing about themselves, creating shows about themselves" and adopting the "celebrity way of life."


His remarks seem to pertain to what a royal insider had previously disclosed to The Times. Additionally, the informant mentioned that the moniker was given because "they crave maximum attention."


According to news.com.au's royal commentator Daniela Elser, this marks a "negative moment" three years after Harry and Meghan's exit from the Royal Family. In her opinion, the nickname demonstrates that they have become precisely what "the Royal Family" dreads the most.


In her writing, she expressed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not succeeded in establishing themselves as authoritative figures or gaining the respect and attention of other influential individuals. Instead, they have transformed into what the Royal Family dreads most: mere celebrities whose popularity is undoubtedly declining.


When you consider everything - prioritizing appearance over authenticity, sacrificing their self-respect and personal space for money, and broadcasting personal family disputes for the sake of the lens - it becomes clear that Harry and Meghan share many similarities with Kris Jenner and her family.


Moreover, some individuals are deemed unmentionable, much like Voldemort, the arch-nemesis of young Harry Potter in J.K. Rowling's saga. Similarly, Harry and Meghan have become so undesirable that their former associates at Buckingham Palace have refrained from uttering their names.

According to Gyles Brandrath's recent biography of Queen Elizabeth, the mere mention of the Sussexes has caused tension at Court. Brokers reportedly flinch and either change the subject or refer to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as "those people who live abroad."