As the world awaits news of the duchess possibly going into labor soon, it looks like the royal family created three different URLs on their official website with reserved names that lead back to the site’s homepage. According to Express, those names include Prince Arthur (www.royal.uk/prince-arthur), Prince James (www.royal.uk/prince-james) and Prince Alexander (www.royal.uk/prince-alexander).
Fans noted that if you test out a completely random name along with the URL, it should lead you to a “page not found.” However, with these three names, it leads you back to the homepage, suggesting that Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, may name their baby either Arthur, James or Alexander.
Each royal family member has a biography page. For instance, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s oldest child Prince George’s page is www.royal.uk/prince-george. It’s quite possible that with the arrival of the royal baby approaching, the royals may have already set up a page for the newest addition to their family to save time.
This evidence also supports fans’ claim that the royal baby is indeed a boy. When Abigail Spencer was spotted with two separate gifts, both wrapped in blue at Meghan’s baby shower in New York, many began to believe the subtle hint gave away the gender. According to Us Weekly, during the February 20 event at the Mark Hotel, the Suits alum confessed to her closest friends that she’s having a boy.
It’s been a while since Meghan has been spotted out in her usual royal engagements. On Sunday, April 21, Harry, William and Kate attended an Easter service without the mom-to-be who is most likely prepping for the big day. Meg’s mom, Doria Ragland, reportedly flew in from the states to London to be there for her daughter during this crucial time. That being said, it shouldn’t be too long until we finally find out the deets on the royal baby!