Royal baby's name announced: Prince Louis of Cambridge

Prince William and Duchess Catherine of Cambridge have named their third child Louis Arthur Charles. The announcement was made on Twitter by Kensington Palace in a post on Twitter. Kensington Palace said: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to announce that they have named their son Louis Arthur Charles. "The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - Kate Middleton. Named new royal baby Louis Arthur Charles. The baby will be known as Prince Louis of Cambridge

36 comments:

  1. Beautiful family I’m so happy for them! may they have health and happiness

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  2. Beautiful name for a beautiful boy!

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  3. The Prince is named after his father and grandfather. Louis en Arthur are two of Prince Williams names (William Arthur Louis Phillip) Great names for a beautiful baby prince.

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    1. The new Prince is named after the much beloved Louis Mountbatten, mentor & uncle of Prince Philip and well known to have been Prince Charles "father" & great-uncle

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    2. The new Prince is named after the much beloved Louis Mountbatten, mentor & uncle of Prince Philip and well known to have been Prince Charles "father" & great-uncle

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    3. Yes it is correct The reason why it is one of prince william names. Reason why prince charles choose the name for prince william. Charles is also name of Diana brother. Prince Harry (actually Prince Henry) also have four names one of his names is also Charles.

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    4. Yes. And Louis is also the name of Diana's nephew (her brother Charles' son), who is William's first cousin.

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    5. So the names of the babe prince is family related!!

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    6. Love the name of the little Prince.

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  4. Not a big fan of the name. But the parente are happy and the child is happy.

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  5. i love the names given to the new baby prince of Cambridge. im very happy a tribute to his father and grandfather.

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  6. y Charles por el tio (el hermando de Lady Dy) y el abuelo?

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  7. Nice name for the newborn prince. I'm not a fan of George because in my opinion, George is a name, which is quite tight. Louis is a strong but not a tight name.

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  8. I ruled Louis out as a possibility because George has it as one of his names... but it is a good choice!

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  9. Royalty fan 27 April 2018

    Yes, but now both of their sons are Louis, just vice versa, George is also Louis, it is a pity they didn't chose completely different names than that of Charles, William or Harry

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    1. Queen Elizabeth did exactly the same thing with her 2nd and 3rd sons. Prince Andrew's name is Andrew Albert Christian Edward. When Prince Edward was born, she named him Edward Anthony Richard Louis.

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  10. All I can say is I hope they come up with a good nickname to call him. Louis? Yuk

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    1. My sister-in-law's name is Louise, my brother calls her LouLou.

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    2. Yuk is a pretty ugly response to someone's choice of name. It is their choice - perhaps we would all have a YUK response the the names you choose for your children.

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  11. All I can say is I hope they come up with a good nickname to call him. Louis? Yuk I was hoping for either Phillip or David or Alexander. Maybe Louis is a popular name in Britain. I didn't like the name George either. My uncle's name was George and my Dad's name was Louis. But those names were popular back in the 1930's.

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    1. And how long have William and Catherine been popular names :)

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    2. Why choosing a name for a child and always using a nick name instead of the real name?

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  12. I love it!! Finnaly tribute to lord Mountbattan, the beloved uncle of the baby's granddad.

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  13. I first heard the name when listening to the radio early this morning on the publicly funded CBC network here in Canada: the baby's name was announced as Prince "Lewis". I immediately knew what the name really is, but cringed at how it may be (and already was) mispronounced.
    I shouldn't be commenting on the choice of names (I wouldn't have dared with my grandkids) but I personally find Louis to be a nicer choice than George.

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  14. Nice. A royal name with some personal connections. I like it.

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  15. I could take Lou better that Artie. If they had named him Arthur as a first name.

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  16. Well we finally the Names of the little cutie.Louis Arthur Charles,how wonderful a nod to his Grandfather. I think Prince Philip is thrilled that Lord Mountbatten is honored in .this way.

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    1. Lord Mountbatten had a sister named Louise who became Queen Louise of Sweden through her marriage to Gustaf VI Adolf (a much loved monarch).

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  17. I like the name--my third son is Lewis, so I would say that---but I wish we had either Philip or Michael. Catherine is often criticised for the fact that the children spend more time with her side of the family, but the names are certainly from William's side (I know Charlotte and Carole could be seen as being linked) but I thought we might get Michael. The old tradition in Scotland was to name 1st son after father's father, 2nd son after mother's father, 1st daughter after mother's mother etc. With genealogy as a hobby, I was always going to stick to that tradition, using the grandfather's names as middle names. Eldest son has been told he may name his children anything he likes but his eldest son must have his grandfather's and great grandfathers etc name in the middle somewhere! There have been lot's of comments on Louis being used twice but Charles in male and female form has also been repeated.

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  18. I understand it's a family tradition but I really dislike this name.

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  19. I believe Louis was the name of Prince Philip's grandfather, Prince Loius of Battenberg.

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