Congrats to Will & Kate on Their New Royal Addition!!!

First, there was the royal engagement. Then the royal wedding. And today, finally, was the birth of the royal baby!

Today, July 22nd, 2013, their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, a.k.a. Prince William and Princess Catherine (Kate Middleton) gave birth to a bouncing baby boy at 4:24pm local time in London’s St. Mary’s Hospital, the same place the late Princess Di gave birth to the Princes William and Harry.

The new prince weighed in at a healthy 8 lbs, 6 oz and without a c-section. *whew* Β He will be known as His Royal Highness (HRH), Prince _______, the Duke of Cambridge and the whole world is now waiting to learn the little prince’s name!

Names like “Alexandra,” “Diana,” and “Elizabeth” were floating around when we thought he would be a she, but now we’ve no clue what the new bundle of joy’s name will be! We know there will be 4 names involved like his father William Arthur Philip Louis or his Uncle Harry, a.k.a. Henry Charles Albert David.

What do you think the prince’s name will be?? I’ve got my money on family names like “William” after dear old dad, “Charles,” “Frances,” and “Philip.” The media says monikers James and George are in the lead. (Please Will and Kate, DON’T name the precious child George!!)

Philip William Frances Charles.

James Philip William Charles.

Henry James Frances Charles.

What’ll it be?? Guess we’ll have to wait and see!

Congrats again you two love birds! We can’t wait for the picture debut of your first child! May God grant you a full, blessed quiver of beautiful royal babies! πŸ™‚

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