The Duchess of Sussex, 40, shared several insights of her life as a mother of two in California with her friend Ellen DeGeneres on-air — including detail on how she addresses her husband. As she was discussing the bond between Archie, two, and Lili, five months old, Meghan referred to the father of her children as “H.”
Meghan said: “He [Archie] loves being a big brother.
“Someone told H and I: you have one kid as a hobby, two children are parenting.”
It’s not the first time that the Duchess mentions the nickname she has for Prince Harry as she explained it in the ITV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” released in 2019.
Meghan explained: “I’ve said for a long time to H—that’s what I call him—It’s not enough to just survive something, right?
“That’s not the point of life.
“You’ve got to thrive, you’ve got to feel happy,” Meghan continued, speaking about the intense media scrutiny she has faced since joining the royal family.
The Duchess also calls her husband “Haz” as seen in a clip from James Corden’s talk show released in February 2021.
The British host took Prince Harry on an LA tour bus as he asked him questions about his new life in California.
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The same year, Prince Harry was heard on camera calling his then-fiancée “Meg.”
As he was trying to get her attention during the Invictus Games reception in London in April 2018, he called out “Meg” several times before she turned around.
Meghan Markle’s interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show will air in the US on CBS at 8 pm.
It will be broadcast on ITV2 within a week of its US release.
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