People in charge or in positions of power always end up with nicknames they don't like but if you think that being attached to the highest office in the world and being probably the sanest person in the Trump circle means you're immune to them, think again.
While technically titled 'advisor to the President of the United States', Ivanka Trump has ended up with a nickname that's a lot less complimentary.
According to Vanity Fair, it was Ivanka's presence at the table in place of her father at the G20 summit and the resulting outrage about it that spawned the nickname after one former Trump aide claimed: "Excuse me, this is not a royal family, and she’s not the princess royal."
And lo, "princess royal" has stuck around the West Wing with the same Vanity Fair article claiming that various staff refer to the First Daughter as such, although never to her face.
But we guess the cat's out of the bag now...