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Women follow their brothers in the present line of succession, therefore Anne, even though she is older than her brothers, still follows them and their offspring in the line to the throne.
Has GB changed the succession-laws for the next generation? So that a possible first born girl of prince William could become Queen? [/b]
No, the succession laws in the UK have not been changed.
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Old 11-10-2003, 01:56 PM
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www.hellomagazine.com

SOPHIE AND BABY DOING WELL AFTER EMERGENCY OP

10 NOVEMBER 2003
The Countess of Wessex and her new baby are both recovering well after undergoing an emergency Caesarean section. The drama began on Saturday night when Sophie, who was dining at home, began complaining of agonising stomach pains.

She was taken by ambulance to Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey where the baby was delivered just before midnight. The little girl, who weighed just 4lb 9oz, arrived one month earlier than expected.

The baby was immediately transferred to a specialised neo-natal unit while Sophie remained at Frimley Park. A spokesman for the royal couple said the decision to take the baby to St George&#39;s in London was simply a precaution, and she is expected to be fine.

Prince Edward missed the birth as he was on an official tour of Mauritius. Upon hearing the news he took the first flight to Paris, where an RAF jet was waiting to rush him back to London.

"I am rather shocked at the moment, but delighted and thrilled to bits," he said after visiting his wife. "I have seen Sophie and she is doing well, though she has had a bit of a fraught time of it."

The Countess is still recovering in hospital and has yet to lay eyes on her new daughter. "We are hoping that one or the other gets well soon enough so they can be together," said Edward.
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Originally posted by TOMMIX@Nov 10th, 2003 - 10:03 am
No, the succession laws in the UK have not been changed.
Thank you for the information TOMMIX. I thought I had read that it had changed and was part of the Queen&#39;s attempts to modernize the monarchy. Too bad she hasn&#39;t because it seems so archaic, espescially since she is a female reingning monarch, I was hoping that she would see and believe as well as anyone that a woman could do the job, too, and that the rights of female members of the monarchy would be equal to those of their male counterparts regardless of birth order.
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If the new royal baby becoms Lady X, how would she be addressed? Her grace, the honourable?
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What about Cecilia Elizabeth Alexandra Mary or Cecilia Alexandra Elizabeth Helen?
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Old 11-10-2003, 06:33 PM
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My little sister think the baby name going to be Mary.
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What about Cecilia Elizabeth Alexandra Mary or Cecilia Alexandra Elizabeth Helen?
I love the name Cecilia&#33; Princess (or Lady&#33 Cecilia of Wessex has a lovely ring to it&#33;

(It reminds me of the Simon & Garfunkel song Cecilia - a very fun song, by the way&#33

How about Princess (Lady) Cecilia Helen Elizabeth of Wessex?
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Old 11-10-2003, 07:31 PM
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Yes, Cecilia is lovely (and a bit different too). Really like it.

(The Simon & Garfunkel song is fun to exercise with)&#33;
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Haha, there was a song about Cecilia or somethin&#39;, it went somethin&#39; like "Cecilia, I&#39;m down on me knees, gimme a reason please, to give up me whiskaaaaaaay&#33;" Umm...actually minus the Scottish inuendo, and you&#39;ll have a song. All the girrrrrls in the royal family get three names, only the boyyyys get four names. Aye, lassie, a wee Elizabeth Victoria Mary is what we&#39;ll have. :flower:
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www.ibl.se - PRINCE EDWARD ARRIVING AT FRIMLEY PARK HOSPITAL, TO VISIT HIS WIFE AFTER THE BIRTH OF THEIR DAUGHTER, SURREY, BRITAIN - 09 NOV 2003
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"Lady" is a courtesy title, she&#39;d be addressed as Lady [Elizabeth] or simply as Miss/Lady Windsor. I don&#39;t think she&#39;ll get a "her grace" in front of it. Although it is her birthright to have two H&#39;s and an R infront of her name.

How &#39;bout Elizabeth Victoria Mary?
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Haha, there was a song about Cecilia or somethin&#39;, it went somethin&#39; like "Cecilia, I&#39;m down on me knees, gimme a reason please, to give up me whiskaaaaaaay&#33;" Umm...actually minus the Scottish inuendo, and you&#39;ll have a song.
That&#39;s the Simon & Garfunkel song Binny and I were referring to. A most fun song on retro nights at clubs&#33; ... I don&#39;t know about working out to it, though Binny. I don&#39;t think even Simon & Garfunkel and Cecilia could make any work out fun for me&#33;
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I could have sworn I read somwhere that on formal occassions, women who are ladies or duchesses, etc., are addressed as your grace or something, but maybe I&#39;m wrong. Anyway, I think that the new royal baby should be a princess, HRH and all, but that is for The Queen to decide.
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I actually like the name Josefine as well. Josefine Elizabeth Helen, Josefine Helen Mary, Josefine Marina Alexandra Mary???
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Another statement from Buckingham Palace

10 November 2003
HRH THE COUNTESS OF WESSEX GIVES BIRTH TO A BABY GIRL

THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS ISSUED BY THE PRESS SECRETARY TO THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF WESSEX

Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex was safely delivered of a baby girl by emergency caesarean section at 11.32pm on Saturday 8th November, at the Frimley Park NHS Hospital in Surrey. The weight of the baby was 4lbs 9oz.

Her Royal Highness and her daughter are both stable. As a purely precautionary measure, the baby was taken to the regional neo natal unit at St George&#39;s Hospital, Tooting.

The medical team attending Her Royal Highness were Mr Gareth Beynon (Consultant Obstetrician/gynaecologist); Mr Sukhpal Singh (Consultant Surgeon); Anne Deans (Consultant Obstetrician/gynaecologist); Dr Peta Maltby (Consultant Paediatrician ); Dr Melinda Brazier (SpR Anaesthetics); Dr Claire Edkins (Consultant Anaesthetics); Mr Adam Lewis (Sarjeant Surgeon to The Queen) and Mr Marcus Setchell (Surgeon Gynaecologist).

The Earl of Wessex, who was on an official visit to Mauritius, flew home early to be with his wife and daughter.

His Royal Highness has now cancelled or postponed planned engagements for the early part of this week, but will represent Her Royal Highness at a reception for the Brainwave charity on Wednesday evening.

The Countess&#39;s previously arranged engagements on 17 and 18 November have now been cancelled.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are being kept informed of the progress of both The Countess and her baby, and they are very pleased that they are both doing well.

Her Royal Highness and her daughter will remain in hospital for the foreseeable future.


Well, I guess that means Sophie won&#39;t be participating in events for the State Visit of the President and First Lady of the United States next week. She will probably be reunited with her daughter by then.
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I like the name Victoria Elizabeth.......... Not very original though.


Congratulations to the couple .. What great news..


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Here are my picks.

Lady Charlotte Grace Elizabeth

Lady Natalie Elizabeth Rose

Lady Cathrine Elizabeth Margaret

Lady Alyxandria Margaret Rose

Lady Madeleine Rose Elizabeth

Lady Isabella Alyxandria Mary

Lady Mathilde Victoria Anne

Lady Josephine Helen Anne

Lady Jacqueline Alyxandria Rose
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Cops left Sophie in agony

By JAMIE PYATT and
PAUL THOMPSON
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PRINCE Edward’s wife Sophie was left in agony for 30 minutes while in labour — after a police blunder delayed her ambulance.

And the hold-up could have put the Countess of Wessex’s baby — which was four weeks premature — at risk, it was revealed last night.

Sophie, 38, was suffering increasing stomach cramps and her worried doctor ordered her personal protection officer to get immediate help.

He called the Surrey Police HQ in Guildford at 9.55pm on Saturday.

But after half an hour there was no sign of the ambulance to rush her to hospital from her Bagshot home.

By then Sophie was close to collapse.

The doctor and a security guard then both rang Surrey Ambulance — and were stunned to discover no call-out had been requested.

An ambulance was finally despatched at 10.27pm to take her the five miles to Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey. Doctors carried out immediate caesarean surgery and at 11.32pm delivered a 4lb 9oz daughter.

After a brief cuddle the baby was taken by private ambulance to a special care unit at St George’s Hospital, Tooting, South West London.

Last night a Surrey Police source said: “There’s no doubt heads will roll for this.

“There was a detailed emergency plan in place but it seems it fell at the first hurdle. The whole situation is being taken very seriously.”

Hospital sources said if there had been any further delay Sophie could have suffered complications putting the baby at risk.

A pal said: “She has been very lucky.”

An inquiry has been launched and Surrey Police apologised for any distress caused to Sophie. A spokesman said: “The duty inspector believed an ambulance had been called. We got it wrong.”

Sophie is in the intensive care unit of the NHS hospital where she gave birth. She is believed to have lost a lot of blood but is not in danger.

She is expected to join her baby, who is doing well, at St George’s at the weekend.

Her mum Mary Rhys-Jones said: “My daughter is doing well but is upset she cannot be with her baby.”

Prince Edward flew 6,000 miles home from Mauritius. He visited mother and daughter yesterday. He said: “It was thrilling to see my daughter. She is cute and cuddly — but I would say that.”

The new royal baby is eighth in line to the throne.

From The Sun.
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I think you mentioned a lot of names which already exist in European royal houses.
Charlotte-----Casiraghi
Grace----for me totally un believable that they will choose this one
Madeleine----of Sweden,it is a nice name but it exists already
Mathilde---of Belgium,is no English name

Cecilia is really nice
And I like Helena Rose as second/third name.

I don´t think they´ll choose Elizabeth,I want sth. new and extraordinary as the first name.The other one´s can be traditional

Princess Mathlde´s son is named Gabriel a fresh and modern name not belongin to tradition.
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Has somebody recorded the christening of Ingrid Alexandra?It was so nice to see all of them together as a happy family...
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