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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by asherose View Post
    I like Doriana as a possible middle name for a baby girl. It has both Doria and Diana in it. So it would "kill two birds with one stone. I would like to see something totally different, but not way out for the royal baby.

    Some possible first names are
    Robert, Hamish, Duncan, Martin, David, Patrick for a boy
    Amelia, Sophia, Cecily, Matilda, Eleanor for a girl.
    Girls names are past royal names, Boys names are a mix of royal and Scottish names.
    I don't think they will choose unpopular Scottish name like Hamish or Duncan, but I can see them using David & Matilda.
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    Melissa Lauren - simple, nice, classy.

  3. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by asherose View Post
    I like Doriana as a possible middle name for a baby girl. It has both Doria and Diana in it. So it would "kill two birds with one stone. I would like to see something totally different, but not way out for the royal baby.

    Some possible first names are
    Robert, Hamish, Duncan, Martin, David, Patrick for a boy
    Amelia, Sophia, Cecily, Matilda, Eleanor for a girl.
    Girls names are past royal names, Boys names are a mix of royal and Scottish names.
    It’s interesting their mother’s names are close in a way I hope that’s honored in a way for a girl.

    I actually like Simon for a boy.

    I could see Mary used for a girl .

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