Hugo and George
Sterling (spelled this way) and Montague
I see all the time on here people saying that the true upper class name their kids traditional names like William, James etc, but then see actual aristocracy with names like Peregrine (I.e. Viscount Peregrine Pearson) and wonder if we’re all wrong!
Disclaimer: all a bit of fun!
Upper class sibsets
Sunflowers1999 · 06/11/2023 12:05
Mummymummy89 · 06/11/2023 17:33
Ps yeah I've taught a couple of Hectors. But is that posh?? Maybe I've lost perspective lol.
It just reminds me of that song about how he was the first of the gang with a gun in his hand, the first to die etc
Dh vetoed the name for this reason lol
Gasp0deTheW0nderD0g · 06/11/2023 17:04
The Mitfords were about as upper class as you could get.
Nancy (and that was the name on her birth certificate)
Pamela, known as Pam
Thomas, known as Tom
Unity (middle name Valkyrie) - names chosen for patriotic reasons as she was born a few days after the start of World War One
Jessica, known as Decca
Deborah, known as Debo
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