The soon-to-arrive Baby Sussex was given an adorable nickname in honor of the country house Harry and Meghan escaped to last year.
The Duke and Duchess’s unborn child has been nicknamed ‘Clive’ by staff at Cliveden House in Berkshire where the royal couple stayed last year.
Staff at the hotel – where Meghan Markle also stayed the night before her wedding – joke the child was conceived at the posh venue.
After the former Suits star fell in love with the £500-a-night five-star hotel, she and Harry would regularly stay there last summer and autumn.
A source told The Sun : “Harry and Meghan were always popping back to Cliveden for romantic stays after their wedding.
They spent a number of days there last summer and autumn.
“Staff are joking that their baby is a Cliveden baby and if it’s a boy they should call him Clive, as they enjoyed their time so much there.
They often stayed in a very private cottage in the grounds, Spring Cottage and not many people would know they were there.
But the ladies in their exercise classes were quite surprised when they used to walk by!”
Cliveden House was first built in 1666 for the Duke of Buckingham.
In 1961 it was catapulted into the national spotlight when 19-year-old Christine Keeler and then 46-year-old Secretary of State for War John Profumo met at a pool party at the house – sparking a major political scandal.
For the past two years Cliveden House has hosted a literary festival.
Spring Cottage boasts three bedrooms, private gardens, its own kitchen and dining room, plus a private River Thames boat launch mooring for £2,055 a night.