Has Prince Charles implied the name of Prince Harry and Meghan's firstborn Markle?
On Thursday during a visit to the House of Australia with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince of Wales, 70, revealed two possible names for his future grandson to the audience in London.
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"By the way, ladies and gentlemen, my son Harry tells me that during his recent tour of Australia, he and his wife were offered innumerable suggestions for the appointment of their next baby," said Charles, according to Hello! Magazine.
"Right between us, I suspect that Kylie and Shane may possibly be on the short list," which are the popular names of Down Under and also the first names of Australian cricketer Shane Warne and pop star Kylie Minogue.
"But, ladies and gentlemen, I would not hold my breath for Edna or Les," he added, mocking actor Barry Humphries, who was sitting in the audience. Humphries has played famous people such as Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson throughout his career.
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In October, before his actual tour, Kensington Palace confirmed that Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, were expecting their first child together.
Throughout their tour, which made stops in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, Meghan and Harry were offered suggestions of names at each fan meeting. In Melbourne, twelve-year-old Charlie Wolf took the opportunity to question the royal couple with a name for the baby.
Meghan remained silent and replied: "We have been given a long list of names of all, we will sit down and have a look".
Also in Melbourne, another name emerged that could make his list of shortlisted. The couple met a fan with a baby named Harriet, who is also the female version of the prince's own name, and later told the UK sales agency. Sunday Express Harry said: "That's a great name."
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British betting testers are already predicting names for the real baby, with Victoria jumping to first place at 8/1 in the first minute of the baby news announcement, according to bookmaker William Hill. Alice and Elizabeth are also tied at 8-1, according to William Hill.
For a child, Ladbrokes bookmakers place Albert and Arthur far behind at 10-1, while William Hill has Alexander at 7-1. The names of Diana and Charles (for the real grandparents of the baby!) Are also in the race.
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It is also unknown until now what title the real boy or girl will receive. If his baby is a child, he could be known by the title Count of Dumbarton, the secondary title of Sussex, before inheriting the dukedom, according to William Bortrick, president of Burke & # 39; s Peerage.
If it's a girl, what Harry has already admitted she hopes it to be, she could be called Lady (her name) Windsor.
However, Queen Elizabeth may decide to go a different way and give the sons of Meghan and Harry a title similar to that of their cousins: the three sons of Prince William and Kate Middleton: Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3 and Prince Louis, 7 months.
In that case, according to Bortrick, Harry's children will be designed as His Royal Highness Prince (His Name) of Sussex, while the daughters will be known as His Princess Royal Highness (His Name) of Sussex.