The royal pair have a series of cute nicknames they call each other by, but one of the standouts Kate has for her hubby concerns his appearance. Kate Middleton has a hilarious nickname for husband Prince William’s bald look, a royal author has claimed. The future King and his wife reportedly have several cute names they call each other by.
But one of the standouts that Kate has for her hubby concerns his appearance. That’s according to Tom Quinn, author of “Gilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family”, who told about the adorable by palace staff. He revealed that Kate teases William for his baldness by calling him “baldy”, but also uses nicknames like “Big Willy” and “babe”. William calls his wife terms including “Duchess of Doolittle”, or “DoD” for short, the author claimed. He also allegedly calls his wife “Babykins”, and “darling”.
The couple reportedly met for the first time at St. Andrews College in September 2001. They both lived at St Salvator’s Hall residence, but things didn’t get romantic until the following year in 2002. But more than 21 years on, it is understandable that the pair has the odd row from time to time. Quinn told Fox News Digital in an interview: “Kate might seem to be a very calm person, and William also. But it’s not always true. “Because the big stress for William and Kate is that they’re constantly surrounded by [palace aides]. It’s like a Jane Austen novel.”
He added that Kate is “very much the calm one” in the relationship while William is “a bit hot-headed” even though he “hates confrontation”. William got down on one knee in 2010 and the pair married the following year in AN extravagant wedding ceremony on April 29, 2011. They share three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Before they started studying at St Andrews in September 2001, William and Kate undertook a gap year, with both choosing to embark on expeditions with Raleigh International, and almost had a chance encounter. As teenagers they travelled to Patagonia in Chile for a ten-week expedition just months apart, with William departing for South America in October 2000 and Kate just a few months behind in January 2001.