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Old 09-26-2020, 04:05 PM
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I think they’ll go for traditional names.

Girl:
Alice (or Alicia) Margaret Sophie
Nicole Alexandra Louise
Victoria Amelie Sarah
Jacqueline (in honour of Jack) Elizabeth

Boy:
Philip Christopher David
James Edward Anthony
Daniel Nicholas Peter

As for godparents - I think Beatrice or maybe Edo will be a godparent for sure. I also expect some common friends of Jack and Eugenie. Someone from Jacks side of the family.
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Old 09-26-2020, 05:04 PM
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I would love to see Lady Louise as a godmother!!
I would also love that. I guess she is a bit young but how old was William when he was made god father to Pavlos’ son?
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Old 09-26-2020, 06:07 PM
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I would also love that. I guess she is a bit young but how old was William when he was made god father to Pavlos’ son?
15 but he was only an honorary godparent, and unlike the Anglican church which suggests at least 18, Orthodox allows as young as 13 for godparents.
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Old 09-26-2020, 08:26 PM
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I have a feeling they'll go for something modern, but not strange, for a first name, and may give family nods in the middle names. I don't think the child will have more than 3 names.

Boy: Oliver, Leo, Theo for a first name. Thomas, George, Edward, Philip, possibly Andrew as middle name options.

Girl: Olivia, Amelia, Pippa, Poppy for a first name (Poppy is a little out there but not out of the realm of possibilities). I think we'll certainly see Elizabeth as a middle name.
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Old 09-26-2020, 08:51 PM
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Going for my usual royal name guesses none of which are ever right. I think she might go for something modern and outside the box also though.

Cecelia/Celia
Helene/Helena
Alice
Elizabeth
Marianne
Second names - Elizabeth, Sarah, Nicola, Victoria

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Christopher
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:14 PM
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A baby boy; born on 1st February, 2021.

Godparents; Jack's brother, and Beatrice.
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:49 PM
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yep - I expect a complete new name, Something original and unique, like Peter and Zara have done.

I expect Beatrice to be front and center Godparent.
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Old 09-28-2020, 05:05 PM
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As each royal baby is born, I hope that a boy will have the name Albert & be known as Bertie but it seems unlikely.

I have little ones in my family with the names Lily and Florence (hence my name here!) so for a girl, I'd be pleased to see those names used. I really hope they don't go for a horrendously tacky celebrity name like Apple or something stupid like Rainbow.
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Old 10-01-2020, 04:31 AM
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Three names like Eugenie, first name probably something not used by close relatives, traditional and not used recently, middle names from ancestor, family and friend:

Girl-
First name: Alice, Augusta, Antonia [random thought, coincidently all name is started with A, and I really want someone bring back Augusta or Antonia]
Middle name: Sarah and Nicola [grandmas' name, typical choices], Beatrice [Aunt and possibly godmother], Elizabeth [in the honor of great-grandma]
(And I just realize both Eugenie's and Beatrice's mother in law is called Nicola, if they both have a girl and pick grandmas' name for middle name, their girls will share same middle name)

Boy-
First name: Nicholas, Arthur, Julian [random thought again]
Middle name: Edward [Grandpas' middle name], Thomas [Uncle and possibly godfather, also common ancestor and used to be frequently used in both family], Jan [Eugenie's doctor]
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Old 10-01-2020, 05:18 AM
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As each royal baby is born, I hope that a boy will have the name Albert & be known as Bertie but it seems unlikely.

I have little ones in my family with the names Lily and Florence (hence my name here!) so for a girl, I'd be pleased to see those names used. I really hope they don't go for a horrendously tacky celebrity name like Apple or something stupid like Rainbow.
THey are not going to use Albert. Its a very old fashioned name and not one that's likely to be revived.. except for a very old fashioned couple. Lord Nicholas WIndsors eldest son is Albert and I think known as Bertie but that's all that is likely
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Old 10-01-2020, 05:33 AM
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THey are not going to use Albert. Its a very old fashioned name and not one that's likely to be revived.. except for a very old fashioned couple. Lord Nicholas WIndsors eldest son is Albert and I think known as Bertie but that's all that is likely
I have always through it odd that Albert has been used. Is it in anyone's middle names - not in Edward's and Charles. What about Lord Linley or Andrews.
Is it just that the name is old fashioned? I would think that given the Queen's and the Queen Mother's affection for their father/ husband. it is just odd. George was used instead - weird.
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I guess a healthy baby born on the 2nd of February 2021.
Name guesses:

Mary Elizabeth Margaret
Susanna Beatrice Helena
Jane Alexandra Sarah

Andrew George Stamp
Henry George Andrew Stamp
Edward Christopher Philip

Godparent guesses:
Beatrice, Thomas Brooksbank, Peter Phillips, Sophie Windsor, friends
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Old 10-01-2020, 09:15 AM
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I have always through it odd that Albert has been used. Is it in anyone's middle names - not in Edward's and Charles. What about Lord Linley or Andrews.
Is it just that the name is old fashioned? I would think that given the Queen's and the Queen Mother's affection for their father/ husband. it is just odd. George was used instead - weird.
George was the Kings official name, so its not surprising that it was used. Albert - never seems to have taken as a Kings name.. Form the time that Edward VII chose to use his second name as his regnal name., Albert is occasionally used as a middle name, for David Snowdon, and One of Harry's names is ALbert...and Andrew is Andrew Albert.... but I can't really see any senior royal's child being given it. Im sure Eugenie and Jack will pick something more modern for their baby.
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Eugenie’s IG post announcing her pregnancy featured baby booties with blue eyes and nose and mouth. Methinks this was a big hint.

I still think one of the Queen’s grandchildren will honor her or Philip with first name choice. Maybe it will be Eugenie.
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Old 10-01-2020, 09:43 AM
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Eugenie’s IG post announcing her pregnancy featured baby booties with blue eyes and nose and mouth. Methinks this was a big hint.

I still think one of the Queen’s grandchildren will honor her or Philip with first name choice. Maybe it will be Eugenie.
Possibly, but I dont think so. I suspect Philip doesn't really want his name used except as a second name. His name has not been used much....
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Old 10-01-2020, 09:54 AM
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Girl: Amanda Sarah Nicola
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Godparents: Princess Beatrice, Thomas Brooksbank, one of Eugenie's half-aunts or uncle Andrew, two friends.
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Old 10-01-2020, 10:36 AM
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THey are not going to use Albert. Its a very old fashioned name and not one that's likely to be revived.. except for a very old fashioned couple. Lord Nicholas WIndsors eldest son is Albert and I think known as Bertie but that's all that is likely
Albert's coming back into fashion now, like a lot of older names! Elsie, Edie, Maud ... they all come back eventually. They could go for "Albie", like Sharon in EastEnders . There's a baby Bertie in Coronation Street, come to that.

Maybe not ...

I would love to see the name Victoria used. It's astonishing that it's just faded out of the Royal Family. I know it's Eugenie's middle name, but it's just gone otherwise. There used to be a rumour that Prince Charles had "reserved" the name, but it seems unlikely - by the time Beatrice and Eugenie came along, never mind Louise, Charles and Diana weren't exactly likely to be producing any more children, so there was no reason any of the others couldn't have used the name.
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I like the name Victoria too.

I also like the name David for a boy, but perhaps that is unlikely due to its association with the Duke of Windsor.
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Old 10-01-2020, 11:27 AM
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I also like the name David for a boy, but perhaps that is unlikely due to its association with the Duke of Windsor.
Harry has David as his fourth name.

David Brooksbank...It would sound nicely!
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Old 10-01-2020, 12:34 PM
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Albert's coming back into fashion now, like a lot of older names! Elsie, Edie, Maud ... they all come back eventually. They could go for "Albie", like Sharon in EastEnders . There's a baby Bertie in Coronation Street, come to that.

Maybe not ...

Ie.
If there are kids in Coronation Street or Eastenders called Albert, can't exaclty see them choosing the name.
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