Kate Middleton spilled Princess Charlotte's nickname

Kate Middleton has a special nickname for Princess Charlotte.

During a visit to Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge stopped and spoke with blogger Laura-Ann and her son while greeting the public, and revealed her and Prince William's sweet name for their daughter.

According to Laura-Ann, who shared the story on her Instagram Story, Kate asked her what her son's name was, which was George just like her eldest son.

"Hello, what's your name?" Kate asked the little one. "Hi George, what a cool name you've got, and you look very smart in your bow tie. It's very nice to meet you."

Laura-Ann then explained after the event that Kate asked how old her other son was, "And I said he is 4 and she said, 'Oh, he's the same age as Lottie,' She calls her Lottie!"

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The Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to the SureStart Facility in St Joseph's Primary School in Ballymena as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge during a walkabout outside the Braid Arts Centre in Ballymena as part of their two day tour to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave after their visit to the Braids Arts Centre in Ballymena to see the workings of the CineMagic charity as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to the Braids Arts Centre in Ballymena to see the workings of the CineMagic charity as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge pulls a pint with the Duke of Cambridge during their visit to Belfast Empire Hall for an informal party to celebrate inspirational young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - FEBRUARY 27: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge pull pints of lager as they visit the Empire Music Hall on February 27, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Prince William last visited Belfast in October 2017 without his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who was then pregnant with the couple's third child. This time they concentrate on the young people of Northern Ireland. Their engagements include a visit to Windsor Park Stadium, home of the Irish Football Association, activities at the Roscor Youth Village in Fermanagh, a party at the Belfast Empire Hall, Cinemagic -a charity that uses film, television and digital technologies to inspire young people and finally dropping in on a SureStart early years programme. (Photo by Matt Mackey - Pool/Getty Images)
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge pulls a pint with the Duke of Cambridge during their visit to Belfast Empire Hall for an informal party to celebrate inspirational young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave after a visit to the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave after a visit to the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave after their visit to Belfast Empire Hall for an informal party to celebrate inspirational young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a coaching session during hers and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge playing football with young children during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge takes part in a coaching session during his and the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge speaking with Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge signing the visitors book during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take part in a coaching session during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge takes part in a coaching session during his and the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a coaching session during hers and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a coaching session during hers and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to child (name not given) during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a canoe lesson during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a canoe lesson during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a canoe lesson during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
RETRANSMITTED ADDING NAME OF CHILD The Duchess of Cambridge comforts Jasmine Andrews who become emotional as she takes part in a coaching session during hers and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with IFA Education and Heritage manager Stephen Garrett are being shown the Nations Cup by Gemma Thornbury IFA Education and Heritage officer during their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge receiving football shirts for their children on their arrival for their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day tour to Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge on an obstacle course during his and the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge on an obstacle course during his and the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge tries her hand at archery as she meets children during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge tries her hand at archery as she meets children during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge meeting children during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge meeting children during her and the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge meeting children during his and the Duchess of Cambridge's visit to Roscor Youth Village, Co Fermanagh as part of their two day tour of Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge meets wellwishers on her arrival for her visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of her and the Duke of Cambridge's two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Cambridge on his arrival for her visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of his and the Duchess of Cambridge's two day tour to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge on her arrival for her visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of her and the Duke of Cambridge's two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving for their visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of their two day visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge meets wellwishers on her arrival for her visit to Windsor Park, Belfast as part of her and the Duke of Cambridge's two day visit to Northern Ireland.
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Meanwhile, on Thursday, the mother of three also spoke with parents at the St. Joseph SureStart facility, where one mother, Rebecca White, shared that Kate talked about the difficulties of motherhood and breastfeeding.

"They were really encouraging about breastfeeding. They said we were all doing a good job, that it was really hard, it was a struggle and well done for keeping going," White told Hello Magazine.

Another attendee, Kathryn Ward, also noted that Kate and William shared how even though they have help with their three children, they have moments of sleep deprivation.

"They were chatting a bit about sleep deprivation. Even though they get the help that they have, they're still parents as well and want to get up with their own kids," Ward shared. "So they understand the stresses and pressures were going through, even though they got a couple of people more hands on. They were fantastic. Really on our level."

During her trip, Kate was also asked if she wanted any more children, to which she quipped, "I think William would be a little worried," she joked.

- This article first appeared on ET Online
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