Kate Middleton Baby Names: What Should She Name Royal Heir(ess)?

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With Kate Middleton and Prince William expecting their first child in 2013, we got to thinking recently. What should the royal bundle of joy be named?

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    how about Spencer Philip Charles

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    i think spencer should be concidered as a middle name as a nod towards his mother diana spencer

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    Prince David !!

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    Diana's brother Charles, named his youngest daughter Charlotte Diana, so Charlotte is out. Alexandra Diana Georgiana Elizabeth Alexandra = Alexandra of Denmark (Camilla's great-grandmother Alice Keppel was mistress to Alexandra's husband King Edward VII) Diana = William's mother Georgiana = Georgiana Spencer (Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire - Diana was her great-great-grandniece via an illegitimate daughter). All three women share a similar life story - thought people would've picked up on that. Elizabeth = self explanatory For the male version, Alexandra was changed to Alexander. Diana's middle name was Frances, Francis for male, Georgiana to George and Elizabeth replaced with Michael to honour Michael Middleton.

    Valeria-valeria

    Kate Middleton for a girl,Tinky ,Party,Cossie,Poppy,Tinderyous for boy Perfect forthe workingclass woman who married monarchy.The future hier to a partygoods store.Wiiliam of partygood and his wife Katherine Middleton Partygood the hier to Middleton gchildrenstore .Yes this woman workingclass nonroyal blood produces workingclass child of norevelence to the crown.William,Katherine and Baby Consutty.Workingclass future by the blood..

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    @ Va'leria Valeria

    Fact the princess term isn't a right of workingclass consort to william.Try no hrh ,and basic name for their nonroyal hier.

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    Girl: Charlotte Elizabeth Rose or Mary Diana Victoria.
    Charlotte ( a feminine variation of Charles) hasn't been used in the royal family for almost 200 years. Elizabeth to honor the queen and Rose to honor the queen's sister Margaret. Mary has not been used for 60 years. Diana for William's mother of course. Victoria for connection with the past.

    Boy: John Philip Nicolas Alexander or John Michael Nicolas Alexander. John, one of the most popular boys' names, has not been used in the royal family for more than 90 years and there has only been 1 King John. He was 700 years ago. Philip or Michael to honor either Prince Philip or Michael Middleton. Nicolas to honor Lord Mountbatten's grandson killed by the IRA and Alexander sounds impressive and royal. Unused by the royal family for more than 150 years.

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    Elizabeth Diana Rose for a girl or Richard William James for a boy.

    Valeria-valeria

    workingclass married to monarchy is not royal hier.Try a workingclass name Hardee Consutty the child of a removed monarchy William and workingclass Katherine Middleton Consutty....Perfect for never to be crown people.

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    Matilda Mary Elizabeth Anne Victoria Trixie for a girl.

    William Henry Stephen Richard John Edward James Charles George Spike for a boy.

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    queen: ALICE......
    king: JUSTIN.....(justice for all)




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