Buckingham Palace has made a rare statement to comment on rumours the Royal Family's website had accidentally revealed the name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby due to a web glitch. A similar theory surfaced last year when Kate Middleton and Prince William were expecting their third child, Prince Louis.
Eagle-eyed royal fans, who noticed, as Yahoo! UK reports, if you search terms like "/prince-arthur,” “/prince-alexander,” or “/prince-james,” after royal.uk (the Royal Family's homepage address) it'll redirect to the homepage versus if you search for another term, like "/princess-victoria," it'll give you a page not found.
The glitch led many to believe that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had decided on one of those three names, and were reserving the webpage in preparation.
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A Palace spokesperson confirmed to Yahoo UK. "A large number of search term redirects were set up some time ago on royal.uk," the spokesperson explained. "This was in order to improve user experience. For guidance, you will note that other names preceded by ‘prince’ or ‘princess’ produce the same result.”
Many royal experts also noted that those names were unlikely, as Meghan and Harry's child will presumably not be titled 'Prince' or 'Princess'.
Ahead of the royal baby's birth, royal reporters Omid Scobie and Emily Andrews talked on their podcast On Heir about how they understood from sources that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn't want to give their children royal titles.
"We’ve heard from several sources on both sides that the couple really hope to forgo the formality of royal titles," Scobie said.
Guess we're playing the waiting game on this one.
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