King Charles and Queen Camilla received nicknames from their grandchildren. How sovereigns are called

The members of the Royal Family do not address each other using their official titles, but use the nicknames they have given themselves over time.

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Over time, members of the royal family have received various nicknames from their loved ones.

Queen Camilla didn’t escape such epithets either, even if she joined the family later. Those who gave it are the grandchildren of King Charles, William’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

According to the Daily Mail, Queen Camilla is not called “grandmother”. Her step-grandchildren chose to name her “GaGa”, just like Lady Gaga, the famous international artist.

Queen Camilla noted that her nickname has a connection with the international star. That is precisely why, in 2016, during the Royal Variety Show, the Queen allegedly told Lady Gaga that the grandchildren call her GaGa.

King Charles’ wife told the Daily Mail: “My own grandchildren call me GaGa. I don’t know if it’s because they think they are! It’s funny, but it’s still very nice.”

But not only Queen Camilla received a nickname from her grandchildren, but also King Charles. His grandchildren call him “grandfather Wales”.

In an older interview, Kate Middleton said that the late Queen Elizabeth also had a nickname.

“George is only two and a half years old and calls her “Gan-Gan”. She always leaves a little gift or something in their room and it shows the love she has for her family.”, Kate Middleton said then.