The Royal Family Website may have spilled the royal baby’s name. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took some time to plan out their baby’s name and is it out in the open already?
Some eagle-eyed watchers for the royal baby found some inconsistencies on the website. We know that we can easily access the bio page of any royal family member by simply using the URL, for instance: Royal.uk/princess-charlotte would lead to Princess Charlotte’s bio page. However, if a user types any name that is not a part of the royal family, then it would say “Page not found”.
But surprisingly, there are three names that are not giving the same reaction. These names include “/prince-arthur”, “/prince-james” and “/prince-alexander”. On using these URLs, the page bounces back to the homepage. This could mean that these URLs are reserved for now and are not open for the public yet.
This is a huge clue for the people who are waiting for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal baby. It led people into believing that Meghan will have a baby boy and one of these names is chosen for the royal baby. But this may not be sure shot news. A statement was also made by the Buckingham Palace regarding this theory.
A large number of search term redirects were set up some time ago on royal.uk. This was in order to improve user experience.
It is likely that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry won’t give royal titles to their children. Considering the royal couple’s explicit request to keep things private, we can assume that the Buckingham Palace would take all the cautious measures.