What Kate Middleton And Prince William Spoke About Outside The Lindo Wing


Given Prince William and Catherine's previous choices, royal commentators are predicting the couple will stick with a traditional name for their third child.

"None of the above" also garnered 26%.

Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have welcomed their third child - and now bookies are betting on what the royals will name their newborn!

CBS speculates that since the royal couple is keen on safeguarding the privacy of their kids, it might be a while before the new baby will be seen in public again.

When will the Royal baby name be announced?

"You'll find out soon enough", William, 35, said to well-wishers gathered outside St. Mary's Hospital in London Monday.

Kensington Palace said the name would be announced in "due course" but the favourite at the bookies is now Arthur, followed by James, Philip and Albert.

Even though she's been gone for 20 years, Princess Diana is still in the minds and hearts of her family.

Still, Prince William's expected to get two weeks off to focus on his family.

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The duke and duchess of Cambridge have spent their first day at home as a family of five. It's worth noting that the Succession to the Crown Act was passed in 2013, which changed monarchy rules and ensured that Princess Charlotte wouldn't lose her place in line to the throne to her baby brother.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, stepped out of the Lindo Wing, at St Mary's Hospital in London, wearing a vibrant red shift dress with a white collar.

With Princess Charlotte, they revealed her name on May 4, 2015 - also two days after her birth.

He's fifth in line to the throne and, like his uncle Prince Harry (now sixth in line), he'll amiably-and perhaps gratefully-further descend the ladder when his big brother Prince George has kids.

The official announcement of the birth was made by placing a notice on an easel in the forecourt of the queen's London home, Buckingham Palace, a tradition that has been in place since it became the sovereign's official residence in 1837.

One thing is certain, their chosen name is likely to shoot to the top of British baby name lists - as it did with George and Charlotte.

Kate and William had opted to keep the baby's gender a secret during their pregnancy.

Unlike with her other children, Kate did not do much to hide her newborn son's face from view of Royal fanatics and the paparazzi.