Prince Harry reveals his nickname for the royal baby – and it’s the sweetest!

2018-10-30 11:38
Meghan and Prince Harry

Cape Town - The royal bundle of joy hasn’t of arrived yet, but Prince Harry already has a nickname for the little one.

During their tour of New Zealand, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Abel Tasman National Park, E! Online reports.

While addressing the indigenous Manawhenua ki Mohua people, Prince Harry revealed his adorable nickname for his future child.

“From myself and my wife and our little bump, we’re so grateful to be here,” the doting dad-to-be said.

“We bring blessings from my grandmother the Queen and our family. We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work to look after this beautiful place.”


In a speech at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games last week, Prince Harry opened up about how excited he is about sharing their “personal joy” with the public, Cosmopolitan reports. 

But it seems Harry isn’t the only one excited to welcome the blue blood to the family. Meghan has regularly been photographed cradling her baby bump while on their Australasian tour.

“We all know that Meghan’s baby bump is still tiny so it’s especially revealing to see how keen she is to cradle it or hold it on her latest outings in Australia,” body language expert Judi James told Mirror Online.

“The one-hand cupping gesture combines hand-holding and touch with Harry with her new role as an expectant mum.

“Her public gestures with Harry often suggest a quasi-maternal approach of protection and reassurance and now she looks keen to spread that deeply caring affection to her unborn child.”

The royal couple will spend a few more days in New Zealand before flying back to the UK on Wednesday, 31 October, Bustle reports.

Sources: E! Online, Cosmopolitan, Mirror Online, Bustle

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