Just five months after tying the knot, the announcement of a new royal baby is out! We can only begin to speculate what Meghan and Harry will name their little bundle of joy. Will they stick with more traditional and regal names? Or will Meghan advocate for something more unique and original? Here are some names that they should consider of the next few months.
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This delicate name meaning "of nobility" is perfect for a future countess.
Just keep her away from mushrooms and rabbits with a pocket watch.
The name of many British kings meaning "protector of wealth".
The name of the Duchess of Cambridge meaning "pure".
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This strong name meaning "bear" is sure scare any of Britain's enemies.
So many influential queens, both royal and societal, to be named after especially with a name that means "victory" is sure to be a smashing hit.
Meaning "to overthrow", James is the name for you If you want a rascal that is sure to be headstrong.
This regal gem meaning "pearl" is beautiful and timeless.
If it's a boy maybe they will name the baby after Prince Harry's dad, Prince Charles.. how manly!
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Meaning "wished for child", this baby will know that it wasn't a mistake.
A great name if the baby looks like Prince Harry and wants to follow in his father's footsteps of playing Polo because the name Philip means "friend of horses".
Forever a pop culture icon, Regina is not only the queen bee of North Shore high, but quite literally the meaning of "queen". Plus, in the future it can be a quirky and punny halloween couples costume dressing up as Countess Regina and Prince George.
Meaning "the defender of men" this Earl would be great.
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This popular baby name meaning "wisdom" would be darling for any girl.
Besides the cute nick names Teddy and Theo, Theodore means "God-given" so you know he will be God's gift as the world's next heartthrob.
If you want a baby that is a free spirit Frances is the name for you, quite literally meaning "free one".
Many royals across the globe have been named Nicholas, or some variation of it, meaning "victory to the people".
Baby Anna is an elegant Countess because her name means "full of grace".
A boy who is sure to protect the royal crown at all costs should be named Edmund, meaning "protector of riches".
Meaning "ray of light" this name is sure to bring happy days.
The most popular name in Ireland, Patrick is a noble name for your "nobleman".
This name meaning "born at Christmas" can make everyday feel like Christmas with your little bundle of joy.
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"To rule with a spear" might be an antiquated meaning on this antiquated name, however, a baby boy named Gerald is sure to tackle life head-on.
This charming name meaning "a brilliant red with a hint of orange" would be the perfect name for a little girl with flaming locks.
A formal name meaning "well born".
A beautiful name for a future countess meaning "flower" and "princess" in different cultures.
Achieve world piece with Oliver, meaning "extending the olive branch".
Definitely a name to consider if the baby has a pisces horoscope because besides being a mashup of the names Rose and Mary, Rosemary means "dew of the sea".
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With a cute nickname Freddy, this royal baby would make a great ruler especially if that's what his name means.
A popular British, yet not royal name meaning "hard worker".
Meaning "sea" this rugrat will surely to be the next Olympic swimmer or crew team member.
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This cute name would be new to the British crown and unlike it's regal counterparts, can bring a certain humility to Sussex because Penelope means "weaver". Also it wouldn't hurt to share a name with Penelope Cruz or Penelope Disick.
This biblical name means "carrier of Christ".
Meaning "God will add" and possibly a tribute to Josephine Baker, an important activist and icon.
An important name to the Irish meaning "hero".
This unique name meaning "fiery-winged" derives from the most powerful angels who had six wings, so why not name your angel after the most badass of all angels?
An important name for anyone in Great Britain meaning "brave", Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland.
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Who wouldn't want to name their baby after the meaning "bringer of joy"?
A name that has become a popular baby boy name meaning "man", the title Earl Jack has a nice ring to it.
Naming a future royal after a powerful name meaning "warrior"is a sure way to have a child that is going to make a difference in the world,
Long live the Queen! Naming her after Britain's current monarch who has lived a plentiful life and meaning "God is my oath".