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Old 09-20-2021, 10:49 AM
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I'm going to go for Alice Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi.
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Old 09-20-2021, 12:03 PM
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I love the name Alice and Victoria.


I believe that Elizabeth will be in her name somewhere.
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Old 09-20-2021, 12:12 PM
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I bet the girl's name will be: Victoria Elizabeth Sarah Mapelli Mozzi.
I hope you're right!
That's a lovely name.
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Old 09-20-2021, 12:32 PM
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Anticipated a girl and think the name might be Alessandra Victoria Elizabeth
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Old 09-20-2021, 04:43 PM
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Anticipated a girl and think the name might be Alessandra Victoria Elizabeth
This would be lovely.


Alice would be an interesting choice as the English and Italian pronunciation is quite different. Edoardo has a sister named Natalia Alice but I don't know if they are close. His mother is named Nicola so maybe they will work that into the name.

I'm thinking a form of Sarah like maybe Sarai somewhere in the name.

I have no guesses on godparents but I'm curious if Edoardo is Catholic or Protestant.
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Old 09-20-2021, 06:54 PM
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Unfortunately, I suspect that if the daughter is given an Italian name the misleading "Italian noble tycoon" characterization in gossip magazines will continue for another generation.

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I have no guesses on godparents but I'm curious if Edoardo is Catholic or Protestant.
Edoardo is an Anglican and his divorced parents were married in the Church of England.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal...olic-royal-spt
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Old 09-20-2021, 07:13 PM
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I feel Beatrice is conservative , so I expect a traditional British upper-class name with a royal connection, but probably a nod to Edo’s Italian heritage too.
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Old 09-20-2021, 09:11 PM
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Alice Eugenie Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi
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Old 09-20-2021, 09:24 PM
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My overtired brain is going to take a stab at this. I'm thinking the name will be some form of Sarah's mother's name, Susan with perhaps a Italian twist.
Maybe Susanna as Susan in Italian is Susanna? To follow her big brother lead, an girl's "animal" name like her brother has "Woolf" and is called Wolfie. There's an Italian girl's name I like. Aviana. "Common in Italian, French, Portuguese, and Arabic, this name means “like a bird.” So that could mean she's up before dawn to catch the worm, or that she wants to fly from the treetops."

So that's my scatterbrain guess. I would *not* ever put any money on these names. You're sure to be disappointed. Come to think of it, it's one too many names ending with "a" in a row. Hmmmm... will rethink this.
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Old 09-20-2021, 10:18 PM
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My overtired brain is going to take a stab at this. I'm thinking the name will be some form of Sarah's mother's name, Susan with perhaps a Italian twist.
Maybe Susanna as Susan in Italian is Susanna? To follow her big brother lead, an girl's "animal" name like her brother has "Woolf" and is called Wolfie. There's an Italian girl's name I like. Aviana. "Common in Italian, French, Portuguese, and Arabic, this name means “like a bird.” So that could mean she's up before dawn to catch the worm, or that she wants to fly from the treetops."

So that's my scatterbrain guess. I would *not* ever put any money on these names. You're sure to be disappointed. Come to think of it, it's one too many names ending with "a" in a row. Hmmmm... will rethink this.
Or, to stick with English-language words... Wren, Lark, Robin...
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Old 09-20-2021, 11:07 PM
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If His Son didn’t receive name with any Italian influence I doubt the baby girl will either and they don’t seem fanciful type about naming IMO. I would guess Elizabeth and or Sarah will be included if anything
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I think if the baby girl gets an Italian name, it will probably be directly taken from her father's Italian ancestor, rather than an Italian version of her British/non Italian ancestor's name (I like the name Alessandra and Elisabetta though).
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My grandniece is named Susanna, they called her Sus for awhile then switched to Suzie.
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Old 09-21-2021, 02:52 AM
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I am sure Elizabeth will be in there, and I’m thinking Celia or Cecelia too for Philip (as a nod to his sister.)

Nicole perhaps (after Edo’s mother.)

The difficulty with trying to read likely names from Wolfie’s is that we don’t know (to my knowledge) what Edo picked and what was his mother’s choice. Maybe some parents do genuinely like the same names but it’s often a compromise.

Somebody’s a traditionalist I suppose as having the first name Christopher but going by Wolfie is similar in a way to Harry’s first name being Henry.
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Old 09-21-2021, 03:27 AM
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I am sure Elizabeth will be in there, and I’m thinking Celia or Cecelia too for Philip (as a nod to his sister.)

Nicole perhaps (after Edo’s mother.)

The difficulty with trying to read likely names from Wolfie’s is that we don’t know (to my knowledge) what Edo picked and what was his mother’s choice. Maybe some parents do genuinely like the same names but it’s often a compromise.

Somebody’s a traditionalist I suppose as having the first name Christopher but going by Wolfie is similar in a way to Harry’s first name being Henry.

What is the connection between Christopher and Wolfie? I thought it the anglicized version of Wolfgang, or the anglicized version of Guelfo in Italian (better known as Welf in German).
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Old 09-21-2021, 03:28 AM
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I'm going to go for Alice Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi.

It sounds better in Italian: Donna Alicia Elisabetta Mapelli Mozzi.
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Old 09-21-2021, 03:39 AM
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I am sure Elizabeth will be in there, and I’m thinking Celia or Cecelia too for Philip (as a nod to his sister.)

Nicole perhaps (after Edo’s mother.)

The difficulty with trying to read likely names from Wolfie’s is that we don’t know (to my knowledge) what Edo picked and what was his mother’s choice. Maybe some parents do genuinely like the same names but it’s often a compromise.

Somebody’s a traditionalist I suppose as having the first name Christopher but going by Wolfie is similar in a way to Harry’s first name being Henry.
Christopher is for Christopher Shale, Edo's stepfather who he was very close to. IIRC the press claimed Woolf came from a book or a play (not Virginia Woolf I don't think).

I would definitely guess something traditional and family based, although maybe with a twist.

Alice is also his sister Natalia's middle name for what that's worth to the betting pool.
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I am sure Elizabeth will be in there, and I’m thinking Celia or Cecelia too for Philip (as a nod to his sister.)
I agree Cecilia/any variants would be a possible choice, but not because of Philip's sister (a bit too far IMO). It's actually a name used by ancestors from both side (QM's mother, as well as one of Edo's Italian ancestor from the Mapelli family).
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Donna Andrea Mapelli Mozzi ?
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Donna Andrea Mapelli Mozzi ?
Andrea is a male name, Italian equivalent of Andrew (Andrea Casiraghi)
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