Kate Middleton pregnant, as it will be called the third son of William between rules and tradition? (Photo)
Kate Middleton is pregnant for the third time, a sweet piece of news that surprised everyone, but after the first moments I started betting on the name of the third son, of the third royal baby of Kate and William. After George and Charlotte, we discover that Kate and William for the choice of the name have to follow strict rules, just as they have already done with the first two children. Still do not know the sex of the unborn child, but to choose the name of the fifth in line of succession to the crown of England will not be easy for the parents. Before I tell you which names are the most likely, we browse around some of the rules that the duke and duchess of Cambridge will follow. The first rule is that you have to maintain the balance between tradition and accessibility of the name. It is the subject matter expert Christian Turner to report that the name must wink to those in the most traditional of the royal family; so it can give the image's inborn elegance and nobility. At the same time, however, the name of the son of Kate Middleton should be catchy and the music for the contemporary world. In short, should please everyone and not give an idea of haughty and old-style.
These are not written rules but they are important, and Kate and William have already followed for the choice of George, and Charlotte.
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The bookmakers that usually are not wrong for the third pregnancy of Kate include the name Alice if it will be a girl, the name Arthur if it will be a boy. But there are also other names possible as Alexandra and Amelia, Frederick and Leopold. Then there is a long list that would like to the English. If you will be female, the preferences are: Victoria, Alexandra, Elizabeth, Grace, Mary and Diana. If it will be baby boy: Alexander, Albert, Philip, Henry, Charles, Thomas, Jack and Donald. We'll have to wait a bit before knowing if it will be a girl or a boy and then we'll also have the name of the third royal baby of England.