Bets are on as to what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby name will be, and the royal family might have accidentally given us a helping hand. As we know, the royal’s website has separate pages for all major members of the family — including the children.
For example, Prince Louis’ personal page has the URL www.royal.uk/prince-louis. So, it seems the powers at be will probably be anticipating a page for Meghan and Harry's kid as well, right? And if you use that formula to test a random name like Princess Victoria (https://www.royal.uk/princess-victoria), you'll get an error message that says "page not found."
But, as the Daily Express has discovered, if you test the names Prince Arthur, Prince James, and Prince Alexander the links immediately bounce back to the main page, suggesting that they are reserved by the family but aren't live and available to access — which is very, very interesting.
Adding to speculation, the place told Yahoo UK, "A large number of search term redirects were set up some time ago on royal.uk. This was in order to improve user experience. For guidance you will note that other names preceded by 'prince’ or ‘princess’ produce the same result."
With Meghan Markle’s due date looming closer and closer, excitement is heightening about the incoming prince or princess. While no one knows the gender of the new royal baby (and Meghan has told members of the public that they wouldn't be finding out), that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill turning. But whatever the baby's name, we're sure it'll be darling!
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