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Princess Eugenie has an adorable and unusual nickname for Beatrice – ‘So sweet!’

Princess Eugenie pushes between Will and Kate in 2011

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In an Instagram post wishing her sister a happy birthday Eugenie revealed the special nickname. Eugenie also posted a photograph of Beatrice when she was a young child with their mother the Duchess of York.

She said: “You have been bossing it since before I was born and continue to be the most wonderful person, friend and big sister.

“Happy Birthday to you Beabea!! Xx.”

It sent royal fans into a frenzy who took to the comments.

User mercurymadnesssss said: “Such a beautiful photo!!”

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While another Instagram user, bluezarine, said: “You are natural beauty, so sweet.”

User margot_mortimerr complimented: “Very nice picture.”

Another, kathyevs07, said: “Beautiful mom and most adorable little girl.”

Princess Beatrice is however one of many Royals to have received a nickname. 

The Queen Mother called the Queen Lilibet in her youth.

During an interview with James Corden, it was revealed that Megan Markle calls Prince Harry ‘Haz’.

When they first dated in their twenties Prince Charles and Camilla called each other ‘Fred’ and ‘Gladys’ inspired by characters in the 1950s radio drama The Goon Show.

Prince Harry is known to call his son Archie “our little man”. 

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Prince William is also known to refer to his daughter Charlotte as “Mignonette” which could be derived from the French word mignon meaning small or delicate.

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