Did Royal Family Website Accidentally Reveal Baby #3's Name?

Emmett Rice
April 27, 2018

The news of Duchess Kate's younger sister Pippa Middleton is expecting a child of her own broke days before Kate, 36, welcomed her third child, a prince. However, it seems that the royal family's website may've inadvertently revealed the news.

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When William arrived in 1982, his parents the Prince and Princess of Wales waited seven days before deciding on and announcing his chosen forenames.

Victoria Arbiter, a royal commentator, is convinced that Prince William and Middleton are waiting for Prince Charles to return to the United Kingdom before they reveal their son's name to the world. According to multiple royal reporters, Prince William replied, "I'm working on that", when asked about his son's name at an event Thursday night. The pages for William and Kate's first two children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, load with "Access Denied" messages - as does their new sibling's potential name.

It's said that if you type in royal.uk/prince-albert, you'll witness an "access denied" screen pop up.

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While the celebratory mood is still up in the air, debates are starting to ignite for the name of the third royal baby.

It was thought that today could be the day that they finally told the public what the baby's name was, but so far Kensington Palace has remained silent.

At Queen Victoria's christening in 1819, there was a dispute over what she should be called.

Bookies have tipped Arthur, Albert and James as the most likely candidates for the newborn's moniker, with Alexander also appearing to be a popular choice. It could just be a quirk in the website's page structure.

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