This Is What Prince George Calls The Queen
While the rest of us may call her "Your Majesty", The Queen goes by an entirely more relaxed moniker when it comes to her great grandson Prince George.
Following the christening of his younger sister, footage has emerged of the gorgeous toddler being told by dad, Prince William, that they're going back to what sounds like "Granny's" or "Nanny's".
According to The Mirror, the name is already a favourite among the Royal family.
At the 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony, William and Harry were heard to shout "Go, Granny" as the Queen was seen to parachute into the stadium as part of a James Bond inspired skit.
Cementing "Granny" as the crowd favourite, Prince Harry also revealed that to him the Queen was "just Granny" during the Diamond Jubilee.
The Duke & Duchess & their children with The Queen & members of the Royal Family at Princess Charlotte's christening pic.twitter.com/nPfwOa4DA9— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 5, 2015
Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating Princess Charlotte's christening yesterday - such a happy day! pic.twitter.com/uWNVdOeLaB— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 6, 2015