What will the royal baby’s last name be?
Prince William and Kate have three choices for their child’s surname.
Surnames are a funny thing when you’re royalty. Prince William and his brother, Prince Harry, use the surname Wales, taken from their father’s royal house — Charles, Prince of Wales. But technically, royals don’t require surnames.
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Though we often refer to her as Kate Middleton — and maybe she’ll always be Kate in our hearts — William’s wife is officially Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
And now that the royal baby boy has arrived, Prince William and Kate, er, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, have a few choices for a last name:
Wales: The royal baby could take after his or her father, uncle and grandfather and use the surname Wales, according to BBC News.
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Cambridge: When Prince William and Kate were married, they inherited the royal house of Cambridge. Therefore, the royal baby could be named after his or her parents' royal house.
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Mountbatten-Windsor: This surname was adopted in 1960 for all of the queen’s children. According to E! Online, the name combines Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s family name (Mountbatten) with Windsor, the family name adopted by King George V in 1917.
Photo: LONDON - JUNE 15: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. during the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony at Horse Guards Parade on June 15, 2013. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
If you don't like, don't read and don't post ,especially those who think being vulgar is a good thing, I would love to be a fly on the wall if your mother ever saw those posts, because I highly doubt she planned on raising someone as vulgar as you (no names, but they know who they are, that;s why they use an alias!!!)
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