Beyonce Called Meghan By Sweetest Nickname At Lion King Premiere

On Sunday, Meghan and Beyonce crossed paths at the London premiere of The Lion King.

The highly-anticipated greeting was captured in many photos and videos. And in one particular video fans have just noticed something very interesting about their encounter.

The video shows Beyonce giving Meghan a hug and greeting the duchess by using a sweet nickname.

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Apparently, the singer referred to Meghan as “My Princess”!

The two women then continued to chat about their children with Beyonce telling Meghan “the baby is beautiful.”

And of course, the nickname really drove fans on Twitter wild.

One user commented: “I’ve watched this moment so many times and it gives me chills.”

A third one said: “This was so beautiful & uplifting. My mood just went up tenfold”

“This is so sweet, love for both Queens,” replied someone else.

Joined by Prince Harry, Meghan warmly greeted Beyonce and Jay-Z. They

talked about parenthood with the couple, who have three children of their own – two-year-old twins Rumi and Sir Carter, and seven-year-old Blue Ivy.

Jay Z even offered some important parenting advice to Harry and Meghan.

He said: “The best advice I can give you, always find some time for yourself.”

Fans were excited to see the two famous women meet ever since Beyoncé and Jay Z gave an epic shout-out to the Duchess of Sussex during their Brit Awards acceptance speech.

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The couple recreated a scene from their “APES**T” music video — famously filmed at The Louvre in Paris, France. However, it was a portrait of Meghan in the background wearing a crown, instead of Mona Lisa.

In an Instagram post, the pair explained the statement, writing: “In honour of Black History Month, we bow down to one of our Melanated Monas. Congrats on your pregnancy! We wish you so much joy.”

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