Mike and Zara Tindall have revealed their sweet nicknames for each other - and they match the ones used by their relatives Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The nicknames were let slip during a trailer for former rugby player Mike's new series Mike Drop on YouTube, which will see him interview those with the common passion of horse racing.
Among those I'm A Celeb star Mike has chatted to for the series for Magic Millions, is his equestrian wife Zara, a niece of King Charles and a cousin of Harry.
And in the teaser clip for the series that drops next Tuesday, the married couple who have three children can be seen facing each other, as Mike says to his wife: "Hello, my love."
Adorably, Zara smiles at her former rugby player husband and straight away shoots back at him: "Hello, my love."
Both Harry and Meghan have been heard in the past referring to each other by the same nickname - most recently in their controversial Netflix docuseries.
The trailer comes as Zara and Mike attended the Magic Millions Raceday in Australia last weekend - and put on a very loved-up display.
The pair seemed to be in high spirits at the recent event in Queensland and were seen posing alongside some friends and sharing a kiss.
It was a return Down Under for the couple, as Mike had been in Australia last year while taking part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here late last year, where he finished fourth.
Then on Tuesday, the couple celebrated their oldest daughter Mia's ninth birthday.
Mia, a granddaughter of Princess Anne and one of the late Queen's 12 great-grandchildren, was born in 2014.
The youngster is a similar age to fellow royal kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte and in the last year made appearances at the Firm's traditional walk to church on Christmas day and at the late Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
In fact, almost seven years ago, she ended up stealing the show in the late Queen's beautiful 90th birthday portrait taken with her younger relatives in a totally unscripted move, described as "naughty".
In the photo, taken by celebrated photographer Annie Leibovitz, the Queen sits among her then great-grandchildren and some of her youngest grandchildren.
But the one stand-out youngster in the image is Mia, who is pictured holding Her Late Majesty's trusty black handbag after taking a shine to it.
The couple's other children are four-year-old Lena and Lucas, who is almost two.