Prince William Jokes About Baby Names For His Third Royal Little One

Elias Hubbard
April 27, 2018

MSN recently surveyed people across the USA about their thoughts on the royal family, including what they think the name of the new royal baby will be.

The average cost to raise one child in London is $354,000.

Princess Diana started the tradition when William was born in 1982.

Prince William attended his first engagement since he and his wife Kate Middleton welcomed their third child on April 23.

CNN reports that the cost of raising one child to age 21 in the United Kingdom is $323,000.

Well-known USA royal commentator Victoria Arbiter tweeted that William and wife Catherine were likely to hold off on announcing the name until Prince Charles had returned from official engagements in France and was able to meet his new grandson.

Meanwhile, Prince William thanked the medical staff who helped deliver his son.

She was eventually called Margaret Rose, but her parents, the Duke and Duchess of York, later George VI and Queen Elizabeth, were planning to call her Ann Margaret, but changed their mind after learning that King George V disliked the name Ann.

Kate gave birth to the couple's first child Prince George Alexander Louis on 22 July, 2013.

As William chatted to the Australian High Commissioner, Alexander Downer, at Westminster Abbey, Downer asked: "Have you thought of the name Alexander for him?"

In other royal baby news, the name of the newborn has yet to be announced, but Prince William did tease that it will be revealed "soon enough."

The new prince was born at 11.01am on Monday weighing 8lb 7oz.

Royal fans are anxiously awaiting the name of the new little prince.

Prime Minister Theresa May sent her congratulations to the couple, tweeting: "My warmest congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their baby boy".

After her stylist was spotted leaving the hospital just hours earlier, Kate once again made a glamorous post-birth appearance. And then he added, seemingly involuntarily, that the name "Jerry" is a "strong name".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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