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Prince George’s adorable nickname for Prince William laid bare by Kate Middleton

PRINCE GEORGE has an adorable nickname for his dad, Prince William.

During a visit to Leicester, Kate Middleton spoke to volunteers who helped relocate flowers and other tributes to a fanatical site for Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. The Thai billionaire owned Leicester City until his death during a helicopter crash at the club's King Power Stadium in 2018.

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Kate told one Royal Fan her children were doing well - which led to news of George's cute nickname.

The Duchess of Cambridge said of George, Charlotte and Louis: “They are great, thank you.”

Season ticket holder Fiona Sturgess went on to reveal: “Kate said that William was playing football with the youngsters last night and one among them said, i feel it had been George, “Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?”

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Kate has also revealed Prince George’s nickname for Queen Elizabeth in 2016.

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The Duchess told ITV’s The Queen at Ninety: “George is merely 2 ½ and he calls her ‘Gan-Gan.

“She always leaves a touch gift or something in their room once we go and stay, which just shows her love for her family.”

Queen Elizabeth’s nickname as a toddler was ‘Lilibet’, and this is often also the name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle newborn daughter, Lilibet Diana.

William has envisaged his children competing during a sort of sports.

He spoke to tennis legend Novak Djokovic about George - and a possible sporting future.

William told the 20-time slam winner from Serbia: “Trying to urge a tennis racquet in their hand – and a football!”

The future King spoke at length about his personal love for football, and especially Aston Villa.

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He told Peter Crouch the eagerness has grown since becoming a dad.

William explained: “Since becoming a dad, football has become far more important than it wont to , it’s changed a lot; i want to be amongst other guys and let loose some steam."

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