After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the exciting news that they are expecting their second child, one question immediately comes to mind: what will they name the royal baby?
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Several girls and boys monikers were quickly pegged as frontrunners, despite the fact that Meghan told Oprah Winfrey her due date is still months away in the summer - and we now know the couple are expecting a baby girl.
Shortly after they revealed their pregnancy, Alexandra was marked as a favourite with bookmaker Ladbrokes revealing odds of 4-1. This was based on the fact the couple may choose another name beginning with the letter A, after the birth of their son Archie Harrison.
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Meanwhile, Prince Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie named her first child after a close family member, choosing the middle name Philip after the Duke of Edinburgh – and the same could be true of Harry and Meghan.
Elizabeth is a potential option, after the Duke's grandmother the Queen, while many believe the couple could choose the name Diana after Harry's late mother, the Princess of Wales.
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Bookies Coral, Betfair and OddsMonkey also placed Diana as the most popular girls name. According to OddsMonkey, Diana has odds of 10/1, while Allegra, Isabella, Alice and Abigail are favoured girls names.
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Spokesman Peter Watton said: "It was only last month that we saw Diana at 10/1 to be the name of Harry and Meghan's second child, currently the odds are 4/1 meaning the bookmakers think the name of Harry's late mother is looking increasingly likely.
"Allegra remains a contender at 11/1 as it is reported the late Princess Diana favoured the name to use the moniker if she ever had a daughter of her own.
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"There is also Oprah as a selection at 50/1 which surely is a massive outside choice influenced by the recent media coverage of the interview to be shown on ITV."
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Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead also said: "The names of both of their parents that are the favourites in the betting for the name of the new arrival," before adding: "Alice and Emma are two outside picks for girls’ names."
Betfair revealed Meghan's mother Doria Ragland could inspire the baby's name, with odds of 25-1.
In February, Betfair's Sam Rosbottom said: "Having picked Archie - a name that wasn’t even on our list, for their first child - the odds suggest Meghan & Prince Harry could opt for a more traditional name for their second."
Of course, the favoured names could all change leading up to the birth.
And when it comes to the Duchess' due date? Sam added: "July 2021 is the favourite month for the birth in the betting so far."
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