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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nicknames for each other have been revealed

Their nicknames for each other are surprisingly normal.

And we thought Prince Harry and Meghan Markle couldn't get any more adorable!
Just months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's lavish royal wedding, Harry and Meghan's sweet nicknames for each other have been revealed and the cute monikers will make you love them even more.
In a recent interview, Meghan's ex-agent Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne confessed that the former Suits star lovingly calls her hubby "Haz" and has been doing so since their dating days. And, according to Hello! magazine, the redheaded royal simply refers to his wife as "Meg."
Haz is just one of the many, many nicknames that Harry answers to. In fact, the moniker Harry is actually a pet name because the 33-year-old prince's real first name is Henry.
Harry's full name is His Royal Highness Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales, but he's been called Harry since his childhood as it's a common nickname for Henry in the royal family. Princess Diana also called her youngest child "My Little Spencer," due to his red hair, which came from her side of the family.
After Meghan's friend revealed Harry's cute nickname, Nelthorpe-Cowne went on to detail the early days of Harry and Meghan's royal romance. The Kruger Cowne Talent Management businesswoman revealed she got to know the Suits star intimately during their work relationship.
In fact, she even discredited a past report that Meghan, 37, and Harry first met on a blind date — Meghan had actually known what she was getting herself into and had even Googled Harry before their introduction.
According to Nelthorpe-Cowne, it wasn't long before Meg fell in love with Harry and their relationship blossomed after their first trip to Botswana.
"After the date, she was telling me what a great guy he was, a real gentleman, genuinely nice, and when I asked if she would see him again she said, 'Well, it looks like it,'" she told the Daily Mail.
"I knew that [Botswana] would do it for them — Africa has that effect. When they were back, she showed me the most wonderful photographs of the two of them on her phone," Nelthorpe-Cowne continued.
"They were so clearly already in love. She told me it was serious and they had started discussing the future. She said they'd said to each other, 'We're going to change the world.' I knew then there was no other way than for them to get married. I was certain it was going to happen." So cute!
Via our sister site Closer Weekly.