Princess Caroline of Monaco’s stepson, Prince Christian of Hanover, just welcomed not one, but two royal babies.
According to Hello! magazine, the German noble’s wife, Alessandra de Osma, gave birth to the couple’s first children on July 7: a boy named Nicolas and a girl named Sofia.
The delivery reportedly took place in Madrid, and both the mother and the babies are doing well. Although no further details have been released, we can’t help but wonder if there’s a special meaning behind Nicolas’s name.
While it’s undoubtedly regal, the moniker hasn’t been used by the House of Hanover in the past. It’s not unheard of for members of the royal family to choose never-before-heard names—like Archie—and since his twin sister has a special moniker, we wouldn’t be surprised if that’s the case.