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Prince George has a cute nickname for dad Prince William, which Kate Middleton let slip while chatting with royal fans.
The Duchess of Cambridge shared the nickname with football fan Fiona Sturgess after she asked how her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were.
Speaking of her children, Kate said: "They are great, thank you."
Ms Sturgess went onto reveal: “Kate said that William was playing football with the children last night and one of them said, I think it was George, “Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?”
Pops isn't the only sweet nickname in the family.
Previously, Kate revealed George's nickname for Queen Elizabeth, telling ITV in their The Queen at Ninety documentary aired in 2016: "George is only two and a half and he calls her Gan-Gan.
"She always leaves a little gift or something in their room when we go and stay, and that just shows her love for her family.”
According to reports, the other Cambridge children have followed in George's footsteps and also call their great-grandmother Gan-Gan.
It surely reminds the royals of a previous nickname the Queen went by – Gary.
Apparently, when Prince William was younger, he would call his grandmother Gary as he couldn't pronounce Granny properly.
It's just one of several nicknames Queen Elizabeth has gone by in her life, including 'sausage' and 'cabbage', monikers from her late husband Prince Philip, and 'Lilibet', which she has been called since she was a child after she struggled to pronounce Elizabeth.
The sweet name has gone onto inspire Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have named their newborn daughter Lilibet Diana.
The Cambridge's are very much into sport, with William recently revealing he has envisaged his children competing in a variety of sports in the future.
He recently spoke to tennis legend Novak Djokovic about his eldest son, and a potential sporting future.
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He told the 20-time Grand Slam winner from Serbia that he was “trying to get a tennis racket in their hand – and a football!”
He also spoke about his personal love of football and his beloved team, Aston Villa.
“Since becoming a dad, football has become way more important than it used to, it’s changed a lot; I need to be amongst other guys and let out some steam," he said.
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