The name and gender of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby may have been revealed in the most 2019 way. It looks as though Kensington Palace might have reserved specific URLs for the future baby that are giving some big hints. It’s a boy! In other news, a web programmer that previously worked for the Palace is now available for hire.
As reported by Express UK, URLs on the official Royals website that include the names Arthur, James and Alexander all redirect back to the Buckingham Palace main page, while other guesses show a ‘Page Not Found’ message. That means the Palace has reserved the URLs for www.royal.uk/prince-arthur, www.royal.uk/prince-james and www.royal.uk/prince-alexander. The other royal children, including Louis, George and Charlotte, all have their own URLs in the same layout.
So, Meghan and Harry are having a boy named Arthur James Alexander? Or Alexander Arthur James? Or James Alexander Arthur… you get the idea. It’s a boy and he has three classic names. We think. Mazel tov!
Meghan and Harry have reportedly found out the sex of their child, which is why Meghan refrained from opening any of the gifts at her New York baby shower back in March. The Duchess of Sussex didn’t want any blue teddy bears giving away private information about their baby, because the poor kid has the rest of his life to be scrutinized by the press. His parents at least want him to have some semblance of privacy for his in-utero months.
We still don’t know the exact due date for the royal baby, but we do know that Markle’s mother Doria Ragland has arrived in the UK to be with her daughter for the birth of her first grandchild. If we were to bet on when the baby will be born, we’d have to say…
Baby’s first gif.