King Charles III and Meghan Markle.
A royal nickname.King Charles III is said to have a fitting nickname for his daughter-in-law Meghan Markle even in light of the tension between the Sussexes and the rest of the royal family. Tungsten Carbide Plates
"Charles is said to have nicknamed his future daughter-in-law 'Tungsten' because of her tenacity and resilience," the royal expert said.Katie Nicholl writes in her new book, The New Royals, according to Entertainment Tonight.Tungsten, according to the Royal Society of Chemistry, "has the highest melting point of all metals and is alloyed with other metals to strengthen them."
When the Duchess of Sussex, 41, spoke at the Royal Foundation Forum in February 2018 – months before she and Prince Harry married in May 2018 – other family members took notice.
“It was, according to an aide, the moment William and Kate, who was heavily pregnant [with Prince Louis], realized they needed to up their game,” Nicholl claims in the book."The Cambridges had already signaled their intention to be more than 'ornamental royals' and had, together with Harry, made their Heads Together mental health campaign a huge success."
The author writes that “Meghan was the star of the quartet”.Nicholl writes, “She was polished, passionate and funny, using all her television skills to present her case.It was a wake-up call for William and Kate when they realized Meghan was very impressive, very confident and very capable, according to a source.
Charles, 73 - who took the throne last month on the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II - has reportedly referred to his daughter-in-law as 'Tungsten' for several years.
Royal News editor Russel Meyers first mentioned the nickname Free during a 2019 appearance on British talk show Lorraine.
Metal is "tough and unyielding," Meyers explained at the time, which pays homage to the inner strength of the Archetypes podcast host.
"It's a little weird but I think he really respects her," the pundit shared.“He thinks she managed to pull it off [the media coverage] well.”
Although Meghan and Harry, 38, have been at odds with the rest of the Royal Family since stepping down from their senior roles in 2020, the Queen's death on September 8 has brought family members together - both physically and emotionally.
Charles, for his part, specifically mentioned the founders of Archewell - who are the proud parents of 3-year-old son Archie and 16-month-old daughter Lilibet Diana - in his inaugural address as king. September 9.
“I also want to express my love for Harry and Meghan, as they continue to build their lives overseas,” the sovereign noted – a remark from royal expert Gareth Russel exclusively telling Us Weekly was how the king held out an "olive branch" to his youngest son and his daughter-in-law.
"I think the King has made it clear that he wants to bridge the gap," Russell added.
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