Meghan Markle Accidentally Revealed One of Her Nicknames for Prince Harry...and It's Very 'Gossip Girl'

Every couple has pet names (sugar, honey, baby, boo ... the list goes on and on) - even Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex unveiled her sweet, understated nickname for her boyfriend on camera last year during an interview with Tom Bradby for ITV special Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
During the interview that aired in October, she said, "I said H for a long time - that's what I call him - it's not enough just to survive. It's not the meaning of life. You have to thrive." You have to feel happy. "
Markle added, "I really tried to take on that British stiff upper lip sensibility. I really tried, but I think what it does internally is probably really harmful."
But that's not the only nickname Markle has for "H." Has. Do you remember when the Sussexes performed for a charity event in Hamilton at London's Victoria Palace Theater in August 2018? Markle revealed another heartwarming (and perfectly normal) nickname for her prince.
In the video, the cast and the royal couple gather for a group photo. Markle, always conscientious, turns to her husband and asks, "My dear, can you see?" The cast immediately begins to say "Aww!" and Meghan reaches for her breast and begins to giggle embarrassingly.
Hey, there's no shame in the married game, Meg. (We also want to whisper sweet things to Prince Harry's ear.)
RELATED: Hear, Hear: Prince Harry Sang on stage in "Hamilton" (and we passed out)

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