AceShowbiz - What is more adorable than royal pet names? While other people refer to Prince Harry as His Royal Highness or the Duke of Sussex, Meghan Markle has her own way to call her husband.
The Duchess of Sussex let the adorable nickname slip when she attended "Hamilton" perfomance alongside Prince Harry at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London on Wednesday night, August 29. It was during the time for some pictures with the show's cast when the former "Suits" actress realized that she might block her husband's view.
The 37-year-old, who looked stunning in stem-flaunting tuxedo minidress, turned around and asked him, "Can you see, my love?" People were surprised by it as they quickly teased the Duchess. Meghan, who then realized that she let the sweet pet name slip, looked so embarassed and let out a little laugh.
During the event, Prince showcased his musical ability as he briefly sang "You'll Be Back" onstage at the end of the performance. Apparently the royal didn't do a bad job as the musical creator Lin-Manuel Miranda seemingly loved his singing skill.
Harry initially took the stage only to only thank those in attendance, but he decided to treat them to something extra special as he sang a few bars from the song. "You say...," he crooned as the crowd cheered, prompting him to stop. Lin-Manuel, who stood beside him, could be seen stomping his feet with excitement after hearing the royal's deep baritone voice.
The "Hamilton" performance in London was a special event which was held to help raise money for Sentebale, the charity Harry co-founded with Prince Seelso of Lesotho. The organization aims to provide support to children affected by HIV, AIDS and extreme poverty in Botswana and Lesotho.