Um, Did the Royal Family's Website Just Accidentally Reveal the Royal Baby’s Name?
Whoopsie, baby! The royal family’s website may have just spilled the beans on royal baby number three’s yet-to-be-announced, highly speculated name.
Here’s what happened: It all started when Daily Mail reporters began scouring the royal website for a potential name.
The site has pages devoted to Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry and more, but sleuths discovered that the URLs for Prince George or Princess Charlotte led to an “access denied” screen. And when they plugged the name Albert into the URL, the same “access denied” message appeared.
Not totally sold it’s Albert? Well, when other speculated names were plugged in, like Andrew, a “page not found” message came up as opposed to the “access denied” page. Meaning those pages don’t exist at all, while a page for Albert just isn’t accessible. Yeah, we’re basically Sherlock Holmes.
In the past, Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced their newborns’ names two days after their birth, but some are speculating that they’ve delayed the announcement as to not overshadow Anzac Day (which was yesterday).
Better place your bets now...