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Ah, the royals—they’re always so sophisticated and cool. They also have one of the best baby name pools in all the world. Here, 17 favorites you should totally steal.

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1. Pippa

The short-form of Philippa, this name means “lover of horses.”

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2. Leopold

Officially, he was the Duke of Albany; unofficially, he’s the darling of your heart.

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3. Eugenie

The name actually means “nobility” and “well-born.” Well, duh.

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4. Victoria

She ruled Britain’s royal kingdom for a cool 64 years, so I guess you could say she was victori-ous. (It’s also the name’s meaning, FYI.)

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5. Augustus

It means “to increase” (aka grow) or “great.” You can’t go wrong.

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6. Fergie

“Rock.” (Also, hell-raiser.)

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7. Arthur

A name used for a whole bunch of royals, it means “bear” or “king.”

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8. Diana

Most likely to be your (and the people’s) princess.

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9. Alastair

A nickname bestowed on Alexander the Great, it means “defender” and “protector of mankind.”

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10. Beatrice

She’s the first-born daughter of Fergie. Also, “bringer of joy.”

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11. William

“Resolute protector.” Especially in that outfit.

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12. Catherine

The name means “pure” and “clear.” (Totally fine to call her Kate for short.)

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13. Harry

“Ruler of the house.” Of course he is.

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14. Charlotte

The name means “petite.”

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15. George

It was the name of the king of Britain for 116 years. (You got this, baby.) 

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16. Louis

He’s the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton. (Pronounced “Louie,” not “Lewis.”)

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17. Archie

The name is derived from the Greek word “archos,” meaning “master.”

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Additional reporting by Greta Heggeness.

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