British Royal Family

Prince Harry's Name isn't really Harry?

But Princess Diana’s nickname for Prince Harry was super cute

In case you were wondering, Prince Harry's real name isn't actually Harry!
While we all call the red-headed royal by the popular moniker, it turns out his birth name is actually Henry Charles Albert David.
That's right, he has three middle names! His full royal title is His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales.
But, Prince Henry is so cute so why don't we just call him that?!
Since his childhood, he's been called Harry because it's a common nickname for Henry in the royal family. His late mother, Princess Diana, also used to call her boy "My Little Spencer" to show that his red hair came from her side of the family.
Harry also sometimes uses absurd nicknames so he will go unnoticed. He often goes by "Spike Wells," just to name one! When he was in the military, Harry went by the title Officer Cadet Wales.
However, Harry's older brother, Prince William, was actually born with the name William. Turns out, though, that rumoured fiancée Meghan Markle, was also born with a different name!
Her actual moniker is Rachel Meghan Markle even though she dropped the Rachel in her acting stage name. Now they're really the perfect couple!
This post originally appeared on our sister site, Closer