The British Royal Family is back in the spotlight since Kate Middleton and Prince William showcased a new royal park themed ‘Back to Nature’. This park is prepared to welcome the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 event which will be held from Tuesday (5/21) to Saturday (5/25).
After preparing many things, Prince William and his family can enjoy the beauty of the royal garden. Kensington Palace also showed sweet moments when William played with his two children, Prince George and Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
Through its official Instagram account, Kensington Palace also reveals a fact that is very steal of attention. This turned out to be related to William’s affectionate call to his daughter. Want to know?
After asking Prince George how he judged the park, Prince William began calling his daughter. Not Charlotte, the Duke of Cambridge actually called him by the name ‘Mignonette’.
Mignonette itself is believed to come from the French language, where the word ‘mignon’ means a cutie that becomes Indonesian, it becomes funny, cute, or adorable. While other meanings can be delicates that are smooth or soft.
Prince William is not the only person who has a love call for his daughter. Previously Kate Middleton also had time to reveal Charlotte’s nickname to one of the original Belfast bloggers named Laura Ann.
Through his Instagram Story, Laura wrote back to her son what the Duchess of Cambridge said, “Hi George, you have a cool name, and you look smart with your bow tie. Nice to meet you.”
At the same time, Kate accidentally mentioned her nickname unfortunately for Charlotte. “I said that he (George) is still 4 years old and he (Kate) replied, ‘Oh, he’s the same age as Lottie’. He called him (Charlotte) under the name Lottie!” Laura said.