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Meghan Markle's nickname for Prince Harry revealed as 'Haz' in Late Late Show appearance

Meghan Markle revealed her nickname for Prince Harry is Haz during an appearance alongside her husband on The Late Late Show with James Corden. 

The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, who are currently living in their $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, both appeared on the programme yesterday as the presenter offered Prince Harry a sightseeing tour of Los Angeles.

In one extraordinary moment the Duchess appears on FaceTime to tell the presenter they won't buy the Fresh Prince of Bel Air mansion because they have 'done enough moving', before asking: 'Haz, how is the tour of LA going?'

The Duchess opted to wear a $29 soft blue smocked dress from local boutique Velvet Torch, with a matching blue heptagon shaped pendant necklace, for the appearance.

Meghan Markle, 39, has revealed her nickname for Prince Harry is Haz during an appearance from the couple on The Late Late Show with James Corden

During the appearance, the presenter joked with Prince Harry about buying the mansion from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, before calling Meghan to discuss it.

After finding Meghan under 'M' within Prince Harry's phone, the presenter proceeded to call the royal, who told the duo they'd not be moving because 'they've done enough moving.'

The couple briefly moved into Frogmore Cottage during Meghan's first pregnancy with Archie in 2019, before spending months in Canada in November 2019.

They then proceeded to move to Los Angeles in the spring of 2020, where they lived in Tyler Perry's house for several months, before finally settling at their own $14 million mansion last summer.  

During a brief segment on the show, the Duke of Sussex and presenter James FaceTimed the Duchess to ask whether the couple should buy the mansion where The Fresh Prince of Bel Air was filmed 

Meanwhile after Meghan revealed her nickname for Prince Harry, James teased the royal over the moniker, saying: 'Haz, oh Haz, I didn't know we were calling you Haz now?'

Prince Harry responded: 'Well you're not my wife.'  

Appearing on the call, Meghan opted for low-key makeup with dark eyeliner and a hint of blusher across her cheeks.  

The royal donned a soft blue smocked gown for the appearance, which is believed to be from local LA boutique Velvet Torch.

Appearing over video call, Meghan joked the couple had 'done enough moving', having settled into their $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara last summer 

Keep it chic like Meghan in a shirred chambray dress by Velvet Torch

Prince Harry appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden this week, and of course we were excited to get a glimpse of Meghan on FaceTime!

The last time we saw her, she was wearing the MOST beautiful lemon print dress by Oscar de la Renta, which was ever so slightly above our budget at £2645. But the good news is it won't set you back too much if you're keen to recreate this LA look!

She appears to be wearing a blue chambray dress with a shirred bodice, puff sleeves and a square neckline. It looks like it could be this number by LA-based brand Velvet Torch, which can be yours for a little over £20 (click right).

Or make like Meghan in a similar dress we've found for you at New Look, & Other Stories or NET-A-PORTER. This style of dress was a huge trend last summer but they'll be back this year when the sun starts to shine so get ahead now...


Online, the gown is described as featuring a 'smocked bodice' which adds 'figure hugging style' to an 'on-trend puff sleeve dress'.

Meanwhile she wore her long flowing hair down around her face in loose waves. 

Days ago, celebrity hairstylist James Johnson told FEMAIL Meghan's lengthy locks would likely have been achieved with the help of clip-in extensions, adding that the Duchess had had a 'Hollywood makeover'. 

He explained: 'I think a lot of us are feeling the need for a re-vamp, perhaps this is the image she’s always wanted to look like.' 

Meanwhile presenter James teased the couple after Meghan revealed her moniker for Prince Harry is Haz

The Late Late Show with James Corden segment was filmed before he and wife Meghan, who is pregnant with their second child, confirmed they will not be returning as working members of the Royal Family. 

Elsewhere in the interview, which was partly filmed on an open top bus, Prince Harry said he and Meghan Markle 'never walked away' from the Royal Family and insisted he did 'what any husband or father would do'.

The Duke said the move to LA last year was about 'stepping back rather than stepping down'. He said that his life will 'always be about public service' and added the Duchess 'signed up for that'.

The appearance comes days after the couple, who last week officially split from the Firm, appeared in a 20-second video plugging their Archewell Audio podcast at a Spotify live stream event

An off the leash Harry also reveals that he has had Zoom calls with Prince Philip and Queen, who sent Archie a waffle maker for Christmas, and describes his son as 'hysterical', saying his first word was 'crocodile'. 

He also says he knew Meghan was 'the one' after two dates, describing their relationship as '0-60 in two months'.  

The appearance comes days after the couple, who last week officially split from the Firm, appeared in a 20-second video plugging their Archewell Audio podcast at a Spotify live stream event. 

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