Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex has reportedly has been given yet another uncomplimentary nickname, according to a report in The Sunday Times. Meghan, 37, is now said to be called "the degree wife" by one of her in-laws, meaning she will only last three years. The person responsible for the rumored moniker is not named in the report but is referred to as a "senior member of the royal family," according to Express.

This is not the first time that the Duchess has faced scrutiny in the form of new monikers. In the past, Meghan was also supposedly referred to as "Duchess Difficult" by her staff for sending early emails. And according to The Sun, members of her own team at Kensington Palace were once known to call her "Me-Gain." These nickname rumors surrounded the royal's purported difficult nature when three members of her team handed in resignation notices.

This is in direct contrast to what Meghan's friends have previously stated about her personality and character. In an anonymous People Magazine interview in February, the group of pals still describe her as "selfless" and the "best listener." At the time, Meghan was expecting her and husband Prince Harry's son Archie, so they also expressed worried that the nicknames could be damaging to her pregnancy.

However, not all of Meghan's new names have been negative. According to royal sources, The Mirror reports that Meghan's father-in-law, Prince Charles, refers to her as "Tungsten" because of her tough and unbending ways.

Markle is set to return from maternity leave in the near future to resume her royal duties alongside Prince Harry, so it will be interesting to see how the public perception of her transforms moving forward.

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Duchess Meghan Markle is pictured on Feb. 24, 2019, in Asni, Morocco. Kirsty Wigglesworth - Pool/Getty Images