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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieandperry1 View Post
    Yes! Young George V was a cutie, though it was a shame they were never allowed to smile back then! I've also been thinking about his son, George, who was also a Georgie. I can easily see the new little George looking a little like him:

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    Young royals are all so cute
    That's such a lovely picture, both George and May always seemed to be so strict and stern, so it's lovely to see a picture like that
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    Well the bookies got the name right! I was right choosing Alexander and Louis. The name flows seamlessly and as pp's have said it is a royal name with a commoners touch as his name only has two middles.

    I think that this big, bouncing boy suits his name. I love that George is such a straight forward unfussy name and it is very manly. They have made a good choice although I would have been drooling if his first name was Alexander.

    I don't like Arthur at all so I was pleased to see that one go through to the keeper.
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    I thought of a possible upside -- maybe they will call him Alex! Which would be refreshing and delightful!

    Although I guess it is pretty sad when we are calling Alex "refreshing" when usually we are reassuring each other it is still okay to use because it is such a great name -- even though waaaayyyyyyyyyyy too popular!

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    Calling all British berries I want to know how you think that Louis is pronounced.

    I believe it is said as Lew is, NOT Lou ee, as is being said by the American reporters.

    What are your thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    Calling all British berries I want to know how you think that Louis is pronounced.

    I believe it is said as Lew is, NOT Lou ee, as is being said by the American reporters.

    What are your thoughts?

    It's almost always pronounced LOO-ee. I've only very recently heard people over here pronounce it LOO-iss and they're in the minority. Louis pronounced LOO-iss is an American import. The little prince shares his middle with his father who was named for Lord Louis Mountbatten whose name is pronounced LOO-ee. All BBC reporters are pronouncing it LOO-ee too
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