This Is How You Pronounce the Royal Baby's Name

May 02, 2018, 01:28
This Is How You Pronounce the Royal Baby's Name

Four days after welcoming the little boy into the world, the royal parents announced that they had named their royal bundle of joy Louis Arthur Charles.

The newest royal baby has a name, Prince Louis Arthur Charles, and fans are speculating he may have been named after three "Harry Potter" characters from the Weasley family.

Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte saw their names jump in popularity after their birth, so it's likely Prince Louis will experience the same thing. That evening, she emerged from St. Mary's hospital in central London - with ideal hair, no less - and returned to their home at Kensington Palace, a short drive away.

Unless you've been living on the Moon for the past few days, you'll know that there's a teeny-tiny new member of the Royal Family.

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The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is celebrating the birth of Prince Louis by granting free entry to anyone sharing his name.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who was Prince Philip of Greece, took the name Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten when he became a naturalised British subject before marrying Princess Elizabeth, now the Queen, in 1947. In 1979, he was tragically killed by a bomb that was placed in his fishing boat by the Irish Republican Army. The newborn's older brother, Prince George, also has Louis in his name, George Alexander Louis.

The baby was born weighing eight pounds and seven ounces (3.8 kilogrammes) at 11:01 am (1001 GMT) on Monday with William, the Duke of Cambridge, present for the birth. Royal baby bookies had Arthur as the front-runner, with James and Philip in second and third.

So there you have it, may we never argue over how to pronounce the baby prince's name ever again. Arthur is one of William and Charles's middle names, while Charles, of course, is his grandpa's name.

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The baby is Britain's first Prince Louis in more than a century.

Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their handsome family-of-five!

French and German in origin, it means "renowned warrior".

Across the Channel, Prince Louis received an enthusiastic response.

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William's brother, Prince Harry, has been an exception.