No, R3. He'll remain perfectly intact just like William and Harry.
The story is that Diana wouldn't allow her sons to be circumcised, despite the fact that male royalty are supposed to be. However, William suffered from a too tight foreskin and so was cut voluntarily.
Spike Windsor Mountbatten
Why don't they name him Horace?
You know, like Whore-Ass!
Whore Ass Horace!
THIS is what the British obsess over.
....and they wonder why they're a dead society.
R5. First of all, male roylaty "are not supposed to be cut." And William was not cut as can be seen on his pissing pics from 2008.
It's a good excuse to go binge drinking and vomiting in the streets!!
Now they can finally pull the plug on Philip.
It's going to be hard to name it--there were far better choices for a girl available.
Of the possible names:
George: This is Charles' almost certain regnal name, so would they want two Georges in the close royal family at once?
Edward: There's already a royal Prince Edward who is William's uncle. Same with Andrew.
Henry: Already taken by William's brother (do we want two Price Harrys?). Plus, the last King Henry was Henry VIII.
John: Considered an unlucky name for English royals--the only King John was the worst king in English history.
Richard: The last two Richards, Richard II and Richard III, were also legendarily unpopular kings.
Louis: A favorite family name, but it's so associated with the French (the UK's traditional rival), it's unlikely as a first name.
Charles: Until the queen dies, there arlready is a Prince Charles.
Arthur: William's first middle name and Charles's favorite name (and the name of one of Victoria's sons), but how would he be numbered/ The first King Arthur is half-historical, half-legendary.
So I predict James or Michael for a first name, because they are both names from Pippa's nuclear family and James has a precedent among previous kings (and James, the Viscount Severn is so obscure and distantly related to this baby no one will confuse them) and is the name of Cate's brother, or Michael, which has precedent in the family (Prince Michael of Kent--again, too obscure to be confusing) and is the name of Cate's father.
Other possible alternatives with previous royal family precedent: Stephen, Alfred, Albert, Victor, Leopold. And my personal favorite, Octavius.
Wow, you put a lot of fucking effort in that post, R12!
Richard III was just just found buried in a car park. What better commemoration?
The name 'Stephen' is perfect...and it means "crown."
And great-grandfather Prince Philip has some Greek blood so there is a royal connection, and it's a regal name.
I'm sad for Diana, who will never hold her little grandson :(
I hope they name him Dodi.
How about Ludwig?
She held him in her angelic arms in heaven before sending him to her to Kate, r17.
*sob* thank you R20, I feel a little better now...
I'm thinking Frederick or Arthur.
James--In honor of the 50th anniversary of the films.
Dodo, definitely, r18! WW!
Would love it if they went with Phillip or Victor. Classic names.
Yeah, yeah, she shat the kid out.
What about it?
Chuck it down the pan!
Why are they waiting to release the name? The name has clearly been planned for months. Do they wait until the christening ceremony?
It took me only about five minutes to write, r13. Perhaps you're a slow typist (or a slow thinker)?
It took them a full day to release William's name in the Eighties, r31... and it took them a full two weeks to announce Beatrice's name back then too (Fergie wanted to name her "Annabel," and it had no royal precedent, so the queen disallowed it; Fergie had to go back to the drawing board and find name charts of previous princesses and queens to decide on a new one).
Cousins marry cousins...white trash. Trash dumps another baby on the public dole...what horrid people.
Kate has produced an heir. Her job is half done. They need to get a spare out of her and then she will be put out to pasture. No need for Kate.
[quote]Cousins marry cousins...white trash.
That hasn't happened with any of this baby's direct ancestors for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years.
I think Miss Sissy Boodles would be a good name & a nice shout-out to Datalounge.
The palace just made a formal announcement. The baby's name is Larry.
They're not mutilating the kid, so beat it, rabbi!
Something more English like Egbert
Egbert would be nice
What the kid is called in the family, what he is called in public, and what he is called after becoming King are often different names.
King Edward VIII was "David" in the Windsor family.
I think Edward would be a fine regnal name, his uncle be damned. Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, will likely be dead anyway before this new Prince assumes the throne.
The data shows that guys who cum deep in the pussy are more likely to produce male offspring. Guys who like to tease and fuck cockhead only, often shoot shallow in the pussy and produce female offspring.
Obviously, William is a nasty deep pussy fucker. It's the way of the sperm.
I'm sorry but I just cannot imagine Prince William having sex. I just...can't. He gives off a prissy, asexual vibe to be.
Harry, on the other hand...
[quote]I'm sorry but I just cannot imagine Prince William having sex. I just...can't. He gives off a prissy, asexual vibe to me.
R53. I agree. And I'd add, Kate has the same vibe.
Will the pussy tighten up?
How about Joffery?
This birth could have been touchy, but the baby has all his fingers and toes. I just wish they'd name him Normal Gene. That way my endless song tributes will be easier to adapt from the original.
r40, may I introduce you to William's grandparents?
Leopold Cumsnott I, "Snotty" for short.
[quote][R40], may I introduce you to William's grandparents?
William's grandparents are not even full second cousins, much less even first cousins or first cousins once removed (which is really where inbreeding becomes a problem genetically).
Philip and Elizabeth are second cousins once removed through King Christian IX of Denmark, and third cousins through Queen Victoria. That's pretty distant.
And yet they are . . . cousins.
They are not "cousins," which suggests first cousins.
They are second cousins once removed.
Does he have a last name? Or is it just a first name coupled with Prince?
Oh, honey -- I sure can picture sexy Kate having sex.
Better with a woman, though.
[quote](Fergie wanted to name her "Annabel," and it had no royal precedent, so the queen disallowed it;
Was it about royal precedent? I read that the queen didn't want a grandchild named after nightclub named after a woman famed for being billionaire Jimmy Goldsmith's mistress.
[quote] James--In honor of the 50th anniversary of the films.
The Carry On films? You think they'll name the baby after Sid James?
It's a bit creepy that Kate wore a polkadot dress in the exact same shade as the one Diana wore taking William home from the hospital.
Also, that sapphire engagement ring is cursed. Sapphires bring bad luck and should never be worn as an engagement ring. She should have demanded something new.
Diana did wear polka dots but her dress was green, not blue. Don't know what picture you are looking at.
I think the baby blanket was the same one Diana had for William.
They both had boys. Baby blue seems to be required for the occasion.
I shouldn't have noticed but I did. Those body guards, for that young family, are hung like horsies! My, my, my I want one of those men..even the daddy one was packin'.
They should name him Niall Louis Zayn Harry Liam.
Rupert Neville Sebastian Peregrine
That's all the old-timey british male names at once.
It looks like all white babies.
George Richard John Paul is his name.
^ so he's named after the Beatles?
I saw the Muppets congratulatory video (Prince Charles has always been a big muppet fan, not so sure about William) and was shocked at how wrong Kermit and Miss Piggy's voices are. No, I haven't really kept up with them since Jim Hensons death and Frank Oz's retirement.
I could do a better Kermit.
How come Kate still had a baby bump when she came out of the hospital today? What's causing the bump if there's no baby in there? How long does it take before a new mother's stomach goes back to normal size?
I'm betting on "Arthur" for a first name (they need new kings' names, but it also has royal precedent--plus both William and Charles have it for a middle name, and it's Charles's favorite boy's name and he wanted to give it to William as a first name), and for the boy to have four names total.
Arthur Philip Louis George.
But R12: will "James" remind anyone of James Hewitt?
Arthur is such an ugly name.
[quote]But [R12]: will "James" remind anyone of James Hewitt?
William had nothing whatsoever to do with James Hewitt.
It is interesting that Kate chose to wear polka-dots.
Maybe it was an homage to Diana and her son, William.
I got sort of teary-eyed at seeing the picture, actually. It did remind me of when Diana came out of the hospital with baby William.
Why does she still have a big belly? Is there something left in there to squirt out?
His name shall be Clarence. Clarence Cambridge.
Thank God he won't take after Camilla
When I woke up this morning, I thought: Arthur. They named him Arthur.
Then I really woke up. I know it's one of Charles' middle names but it's a bit fusty.
The British Royalty PR machine is out of control. They spend big $$$ to make sure Americans know and care about what they're up to.
R100 our pathetic American media takes it and makes this non-story "breaking news". I don't understand why anyone gives a shit.
I saw his little hands a moving.
I loved the choir singing "For Unto Us A Child Is Born". So fitting.
It is news. that baby will be King of England one day. It's nice the way the whole world can come together in fondness of the Royal family. Most news divides, especially the recent news (out of Florida.) We can all be happy about this and maybe put recent little tempests behind us.
Another oil rig exploded off the coast of Louisiana if anyone is interested. No deaths but the blowout is expected to be as bad as the last one.
It's not news. The antiquated, archaic "title" of "king of England" is meaningless in today's world, and especially meaningless outside of the UK and the commonwealth countries. The rest of the world should not give a fuck about that as it won't affect them. I have no fondness for that family, and don't believe in "royalty".
James Charles Spencer Phillip George
Mark my words
It's really incredible (incredible bad IMO) that a lot of people were disappointed the baby was a boy and not a girl.
Specially that Amanpour, who is still yapping about the change in the succession rules. GET OVER IT!!!!!
Three kings one after the other!!!!
PS: Of the current European monarchies (not counting the principalities or duchies) is as follows: 5 future queens/2 future kings.
He will never be King because the monarchy will be abolished when Charles fucks it up even worse than John.
I have faith that the monarchy will survive and continue to unite people all across the globe as it has for centuries-from the dark continent to the pacific islands to the American continents to the gates of the palace. The commonwealth may not be as robust as it once was but it's people's still have an enduring fondness for it's traditions and culture.
R107, if the Queen has any say in the matter, "Spencer" will NOT be part of this baby's name because she never really got along well with Diana's family. Also, I think they only use 4 names, not 5.
I could see "Francis" (The male form of Diana's middle name) being in there somewhere.
There is no way Spencer will be a part of that baby's name. The Spencers have a superiority complex regarding "The Germans" (ie, the royal family) and often point out how the Spencers are far older and "more English" than the upstart Saxe Coburg Gotha Windsor Battenburgs.
[quote] I saw his little hands a moving.
It was all very "Call the Midwife."
I'm going to bet on Arthur.
[quote]It is news. that baby will be King of England one day
How are you accessing DL from the year 1865?
I'll bet 100x more that it won't be Arthur.
The Kinks have spoiled that name for at least another generation.
To those that don't care about it, it's very simple, DON'T WATCH OR LISTEN TO IT! Some of you are complete idiots!
That baby is huge. Her belly wasn't massive at all. How come she still looks preggers? when does the belly go away? Is that all fat that she gained?
The kid's name will be … Clarence Edward William Patrice Lamumba Pinball Wizard Eddie Vivian Mountabatten-Windsor
R112 Her belly is normal for a woman who gave birth less than 24 hours ago. It is more noticeable on her than others due to her height and thin frame. I could explain more but I dont want to gross you out... the belly will be gone in a few weeks...
George Alexander Louis.
Per official statement from Kensington Palace:
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to announce that they have named their son George Alexander Louis.
The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge."
(Got this on a NBC Nightly News Facebook post. Nothing to link to.)
He's a righteous GAL.
[quote]I could explain more but I dont want to gross you out... the belly will be gone in a few weeks...
I'm not the person who asked initially, but I am curious. Is it water retention? Things that have been stretched out?
What happens if everyone dies tomorrow? He's third in line. He becomes king?
R127, if the Queen, Charles and William die tomorrow, the baby automatically becomes king. A regent would be appointed.
Damn you R124; Damn You to Hell, hee-hee! Was JUST getting ready to post something witty about said acronym. Oh, well, got to be quick on this message board!
THe Idiot R129 here: I meant, damn, etc., R125.
[quote]It took me only about five minutes to write, [R13]. Perhaps you're a slow typist (or a slow thinker)?
Well I for one was very impressed with your itemized analysis, r12. I even copied, pasted, and properly cited it on my Facebook status (Anonymous poster, Datalounge.com).
But, alas, your prediction fell short.
[quote]The Spencers have a superiority complex regarding "The Germans" (ie, the royal family) and often point out how the Spencers are far older and "more English" than the upstart Saxe Coburg Gotha Windsor Battenburgs.
Not superiority at TALL. But when you're right, you're right.
Alexander should have been the first name, not the same ol', same ol' George.
Is it pronounced Louis as in France (Loo-eee) or as in America (Loo-isss)? Je prefer the French version.
I agree with R133. George is a stuffy name and it can't be shortened. Oh well, I suppose monogrammed shirts, towels and other items are out of the question.
I smell QEII's hand in this. I think she's the one who insisted on George or something similar.
Notice there are no male family names here, ad is traditional: no Philip (which I thought was certain), Charles, Michael, or Henry. I don't count Louis as William never met him (Mountbatten).
Maybe they didn't want to have to choose and hurt feelings so they went with what they chose. And only three names, not the traditional four.
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Can't they call him Georgie? William was called Wills.
@R26 It takes a while for the uterus to "shrink" back to its normal size; also, there are fluids/blood/clots left over that will need to be discharged in the weeks to come. Also, if she received a lot of iv fluids that will add to what needs "flushed out".
I'm also wondering if Louis will be pronounced Lou-eee or Lou-isss...is there a Brit around that can answer this?
R139, British English anglicizes foreign words, so I believe "Lou-isss".
George? Wasn't there A King George who was crazy? I remember they made a movie about it, The Madness of King George.
R12, I wasn't criticizing you. I was impressed. I'm not even slightly interested in royal lineages, so, yes, when it comes to the history of naming future kings, I am indeed a slow thinker.
It's Lou-eee as in the way the French say it. That's how Mountbatten pronounced it, it's how Charles and William pronounce their middle names.
R143, I stand corrected.
My friend named her new (female) puppy Georgia Alexandra Louisa in honor of the new prince.
[quote]Notice there are no male family names here
George is the name of the baby's great-great-grandfather.
And Louis is in honour of his grandfather Charles' great-uncle and mentor, Louis Mountbatten. You're a bloody idiot, R136.
well aren't we miss perfect r147. Guess I should have clarified no -close- male family members - there are no names of those there.
If you re-read my post I said "I don't count Louis as (close as) William never met him (Mountbatten)"
[quote] My friend named her new (female) puppy Georgia Alexandra Louisa in honor of the new prince.
I know someone who got a new parakeet when William got engaged and named the bird Kate Middleton.
I had a hamster named Mousey Tung.
Is this the after birth thread?
R147 Or was it Ludwig Battenberg?;)Wasn't that his real name? The last name at least......Her Britannic majesty has some rather Teutonic roots to say the least.....
I was hoping they would name the baby Javon Lucky Balz Saxe Windsor.
I think they'll call him Alex.
Cut of his nose and name him Voldemort. MUAHHAHA .(I am joking, DO NOT DO THIS)You're welcome for the video btw.