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People Think That The Royal Website Accidentally Revealed Meghan Markle's Baby Name

It almost goes without saying, but people are beyond excited for the newest little addition to the royal family.

But Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been seriously holding out on us — not revealing the gender, birth plan, or potential names.

But the royal website may have just accidentally spilled a very important detail that we aren't supposed to know.

The Duchess of Sussex could be having her first child at any moment.

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We should all be on high alert because the baby could arrive any time, now.

But unfortunately, that's all we know.

Meghan and Harry have kept a very low profile about the entire pregnancy.

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Unlike the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, who kept the public updated on every detail of each of their pregnancies — which we are eternally grateful for.

We've had a couple close-calls, where we thought the sex of Meghan and Harry's baby had been revealed.

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Like the time Meghan's BFF, Serena Williams, may or may not have referred to the baby as a "she".

But ultimately, the royal couple have kept their lips sealed.

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I can respect that they want their privacy.

But for the sake of my sanity — and I know I speak for many when I say this — I need this baby to be born so that all of my questions can finally be answered.

We may just have to face facts that we probably won't find out the sex of the baby until he or she is actually born, but the royal website may have just accidentally dropped a major hint.

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Basically, the royal website has a series of landing pages for every member of the royal family — even the children.

For example, even Princess Charlotte has her own page.

Naturally, we've assumed that they've prepped a page for the latest royal family addition, Meghan and Harry's baby.


So, if you use the same URL formula that made up Princess Charlotte's page, and replace "Charlotte" with any other name, you'll be able to see whether or not that page exists.

If it doesn't exist, you'll be redirected to a page that lets you know whatever you were trying to find could not be found.

But, here's where things get interesting:

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If you plug in a name and it does exist or it's been reserved, it will redirect you to the home page.

What this means is that the royal website owns that particular URL — they've just not made it viewable to the public yet.

So by that logic, if you search the URLs with Prince Arthur or Prince James, you'll see that the pages exist, but you can't view them yet.

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This is probably the biggest clue we've been given yet.

This could mean a number of things.

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If the royal website has reserved both of these URLs, it could mean that Meghan and Harry are having a boy and they've decided on a traditional name.

Maybe only one of those URLs is designated for Meghan and Harry's baby.

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Or maybe they haven't decided on a name yet so they've reserved the two that they're torn between.

Maybe twins?

Maybe someone else in the royal family is pregnant?

The possibilities are endless, people!

There is always the more mundane possibility that the royal website reserved the URLs for traditional royal names well in advance — assuming one day there will be a prince by one of those names.

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But for the sake of keeping things interesting, let's assume that this was the biggest royal baby teaser ever.

After all, people are literally betting money on this.

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Truly invested fans of the royal family are straight-up playing the odds, betting on what the gender of the baby will be and what his or her name will be.

Some think that because everything about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship has been anything but traditional, they'll choose a less traditional name for their child as well.

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While others believe that they'll pick something extremely traditional, like Victoria, Elizabeth, Alice, Arthur, or James.

We can speculate all we want, but it looks like we won't know for sure until Meghan's due date arrives.

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Which could be right now, hours from now, tomorrow, next week — only time will tell.

Do you think that the royal family just spilled the beans?

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Is Meghan and Harry's baby a boy that will be named Arthur or James? Or are we reading way too hard into this?