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All Of The Four Nicknames That Princess Charlotte Has

Princess Charlotte’s full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, but apparently, the four-year-old lady has many more nicknames too.

Royal watchers adore the little Princess for her cheeky and outgoing personality.

Not only her “lively” nature has won people’s hearts, but it also earned Princess Charlotte a surprising nickname amongst her fellow classmates.

Warrior Princess
Princess Charlotte nursery school

Last September, William and Kate’s daughter started Reception at Thomas’s Battersea, where she is known as Charlotte Cambridge. But, royal commentator Katie Nicholl also revealed another nickname used for the Princess at her former nursery.

Royal reported Katie Nicholl told Vanity Fair that the youngster was known as “Warrior Princess” at Willcocks preschool, thanks to her “love of the outdoors and her feisty and outgoing character”.

“Apparently, she earned that nickname because obviously she is a princess but she is quite a tomboy. “She loves climbing trees and she’s very much an adventurer, she was quite known for her feisty personality.”

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Kensington Palace shared footage of the family exploring the Back to Nature garden, which was created by mom Kate, last year. And the video which shows Prince William playing with his daughter revealed the very cute, but very fancy nickname for Princess Charlotte. When William called her over, to give him a push, he didn’t call her Charlotte. He called her Mignoette.

Mignoette is derived from the French word “mignon, meaning dainty or darling in French. So, “mignonette” would translate as “cutie” or “sweetie” in English.

Kate Middleton Northern Ireland

Duchess Kate has revealed her nickname for Princess Charlotte during surprise trip to Northern Ireland in February 2019.

In a series of clips which Laura- Ann, a blogger, posted on her Instagram account, the Duchess can be seen talking to her and her 2-year-old son, George.  When Kate inquired about Laura-Ann’s other son (who is aged 4), she replied: “Oh, he’s the same age as Lottie!

Lottie is considered a common nickname for people named Charlotte in the UK.


Another fan who saw Kate, George and Charlotte at The Range in King’s Lynn, Norfolk in December 2018 before Christmas, revealed that the Duchess calls her daughter “Poppet”.

At one point Princess Charlotte sat down on the ground and Duchess Kate said to her: “Get up poppet.” “Poppet” is a popular nickname in the Cambridge family. Way back in 2013 when Prince William and Kate introduced their son Prince George to the world for the first time, William was heard calling Kate ‘poppet’.

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