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Predictions for Harry and Meghan's baby name?

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PiperPublickOccurrences Sat 03-Nov-18 23:11:46

As this little one will be far down the pecking order, they will have the freedom to go a bit more off piste. Like Andrew did with Beatrice and Eugenie - royal names, but not a George, Edward or Elizabeth.

Diana has to be in there somewhere if it's a girl. Think we can safely assume Thomas out of the running for a boy...

I predict:

Girl: Grace Diana or Helena Diana
Boy: Christian or Matthew

(will probably be totally wrong and they'll name it Aquamarine Byzantium or Hercules Antarctica).

CormoranStrike Sat 03-Nov-18 23:15:46

Grace
Elizabeth
Diana
Helen

Simon
Henry
David
Benjamin

Japanesejazz Sat 03-Nov-18 23:17:05

Tracey or Dwayne

Thisisit777 Sat 03-Nov-18 23:17:41

Primrose

Thisisit777 Sat 03-Nov-18 23:18:12

Or Albert 😁

Shampaincharly Sat 03-Nov-18 23:18:45

Phelonie

NewtScamandersNaughtyNiffler Sat 03-Nov-18 23:19:24

Simon for a boy.
Amanda for a girl.

PrincessTwilightStoleMyToddler Sat 03-Nov-18 23:21:44

I think there will be something from Meghan’s side in there too - maybe not Doria (although could be - it’s nice but wouldn’t work if they wanted Diana in there somewhere) but perhaps another family name (not Thomas or Samantha).

Polkasq Sat 03-Nov-18 23:29:17

Henrietta
Michelle
Harmony

Edwin
Fergus
Timothy

moredoll Sun 04-Nov-18 05:01:34

Elizabeth Diana

Arthur William

Sophronia Sun 04-Nov-18 05:51:19

Victoria or Theodore

ItsalmostSummer Sun 04-Nov-18 06:01:32

Trevor or Cindy. I think I’ll win.

EcruTable Sun 04-Nov-18 06:05:39

Trevor was her ex husband’s name.

OliviaStabler Sun 04-Nov-18 06:09:04

If it is a girl, I think they'll give her Diana as a second name.

mathanxiety Sun 04-Nov-18 08:08:12

For a girl, I think they will give names like Savannah, Isla, Mia or Lena - trendy, or American style, and not necessarily RF names. Middle names may be a bit more traditional/RF.

Sierra
Isobel
Rose
Sydney
Alexandra
Victoria
Sophia
Doria
Diana
Frances

For a boy, something more traditional.
Frederick hasn't been used yet.

youarenotkiddingme Sun 04-Nov-18 08:16:22

I thought exactly the same about Thomas after it immediately came to me as a good name

Thomas
Mathew
James
Charles

Isabella
Eleanor
Victoria
Alice

AdaColeman Sun 04-Nov-18 08:17:20

Toronto for a boy.
Adelaide for a girl.

NorthernLurker Sun 04-Nov-18 08:20:41

I think the traditional names are in with a shot

Alice
Mary
Victoria
Elizabeth

Philip
David

sashh Sun 04-Nov-18 08:20:50

Victoria Frances Rachel foir a girl, for a boy Arthur Charles William.

BertramKibbler Sun 04-Nov-18 08:23:01

As I understand it the children will not be Prince/Princess until the Queen dies at which point they can choose to use the title? I feel like this will have an impact

areyoubeingserviced Sun 04-Nov-18 08:23:17

Grace Frances- girl
Albert Charles- boy

AuntieStella Sun 04-Nov-18 08:27:43

There quite a few people called Xenia if you look down the line of succession....

I was wondering about Gloria (nice way to honour HMQ). Possibly Francesca. Or as PP mentioned, Cindy (as nn for Lucinda)

Rachel and Diana as middle names.

Boys, posisibly Rupert (a kind of Army joke), Alexander, Benedict (maybe not Frederick, as there's already a Lord Frederick Windsor, but his side of the family seems to repeat cousin names quite a lot), or Albert (as he won't be Prince unless something horrible wipes out all the Cambridges)

Yogagirl123 Sun 04-Nov-18 08:29:36

Diana Elizabeth Victoria Margaret

Albert Charles Philip Henry

GoodJanet Sun 04-Nov-18 08:48:38

Balonz has to be in the running for a boy, surely? After all, the royal baby to be was conceived in Surrey...

www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/prince-harry-meghan-markles-baby-15283097.amp

Aventurine Sun 04-Nov-18 08:54:59

Someone suggested combining the grandmothers' names into Doriana which i quite liked

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