Royal Nicknames: From Frittie to Mapperl
|Princess Louise, Princess Maud, and Princess Victoria. Maud was nicknamed "Harry".|
Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - "Ducky"
Maud of Wales - Princess Maud was a lively tomboy and was called "Harry" affectionately
William, Prince of Orange - "Wiwill"
Princess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - "Baby Bee"
Princess Alexandrine of Prussia - "Adini"
Princess Elisabeth of Greece and Denmark - Called "Woolly" because of her thick, dark hair
Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia - "Shvibzik" which meant "imp"
Maximilian Emmanuel, Duke in Bavaria - "Mapperl"
Maria Feodorovna - "Minnie"
Princess Maria of Yugoslavia - "Mignon"
Prince Friedrich of Hesse and by Rhine - "Frittie"
Louise Élisabeth, Duchess of Parma - "Babette"
Princess Margaret of Connaught - "Daisy"
Princess Helena Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein - "Thora"
Princess Marie of Hesse and by Rhine - "May" or "Maly"
Princess Margaret of Prussia - By the time she was christened her head was covered with short hair like moss, thus she got the nickname "Mossy"
Princess Sophia of Prussia - Called "Sossy", probably because it rhymed with her sister's "Mossy"
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