British Royal fans have been impatiently waiting to find out what Prince William and Duchess Kate’s third child will be named. Now there’s a possibility that they might have let it slip out.
Daily Mail reported that the Royal website appears to have made a glitch and given away the baby boy’s name. The child was born at the beginning of the week on April 23, 2018.
The person responsible for maintaining the Royal website could have given away the new baby’s name. Kate and William haven’t revealed the child’s name but the site has given a clue.
It’s been discovered that the name could, in fact, be Albert according to the website. The site has pages for several members of the Royal Family.
Each Royal’s page can be accessed by typing in each name following the main site’s URL: royal.uk. There you will find pages there for Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and many more.
However, if you try to find Prince George or Princess Charlotte‘s page, an ‘access denied’ screen appears. This is the clue about the new Royal baby’s potential name.
When you type in royal.uk/prince-albert, you will get the same page response as George or Charlotte’s. Typing royal.uk/prince-arthur, for example, will, however, bring up the ‘Page Not Found’ screen.
This basically means that George, Charlotte and Albert all ‘exist’ in a sense compared to Arthur. Albert has actually been the frontrunner for the new Royal baby for quite some time now.
British bookmakers had odds for the name as low as 5-1 at one point. The name has been popular in the British Royal Family ever since Queen Victoria and Prince Albert married in 1840.
It’s also appeared in nearly every generation of the family in some way or the other. The name was King George VI’s birth name and the one he used before he ascended the throne and adopted his regal name in 1936.
It also happens to be one of Prince Andrew and Prince Harry’s middle names. This could be exciting news for Royal fans, but William and Kate still need to announce the news themselves.
So far, this is the closest anyone has gone to figure out the child’s potential name.