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Meghan Markle: King Charles’ nickname for Duchess of Sussex revealed


King Charles III’s nickname for his daughter-in-law Meghan Markle shows how much he once respected her.

Royal expert Cathy Nichol reveals in her book The New Royals that the monarch referred to the Duchess of Sussex as “tungsten”, which is a hard steel-gray metal that has the highest melting point of all metallic elements.

“Charles reportedly nicknamed his future daughter-in-law ‘Tungsten’ because of her strength and resilience,” Nicholl writes.

Nicholl explains that the Markle moniker was apparently born when the “Suits” star showed resilience during her and Prince Harry’s 2018 appearance with Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Royal Foundation Forum.

“This was the moment William and Kate, who was pregnant, realized they needed to up their game,” writes Nicholl, according to one aide.

“Cambridge [now the Prince and Princess of Wales] have already declared their intention to be more than “decorative royals” and have enjoyed great success with their mental health campaign, Heads Together, with Harry.

“But Meghan was the main star of the foursome. She was sophisticated, passionate and funny, using all her skills honed on television to present her case. It was a moment of awakening for William and Kate when they realized that Meghan was very impressive, very confident and very capable, according to the source.”

While Charles, 73, may have used the term of endearment four years ago, it’s unclear whether he’s calling Markle, 41, Wolfram after she and Harry, 38, left their royal duties in 2020 and moved to California. where they live with their two children, three-year-old Archie and one-year-old Lilibeth.

Tensions in the royal family appeared to remain high following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September, with Markle reportedly asking to meet the new king and clear the air.

Harry and Markle attended the Queen’s funeral alongside William and Kate, both in their 40s, although the Sussexes appeared to be scorned for their second-row seats.

This story was originally published Page six and was reproduced with permission

Originally published as Meghan Markle’s nickname, which was named by King Charles, became known

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