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If Celebrities Named The Royal Baby

princessprincessThe royal baby is due any day now, but there hasn’t been so much as a peep or even hint at what William and Kate will name their little bundle of joy. That gets me wondering – could they be stuck for a name? If so, they could always look to names of the offspring of celebrities for inspiration.

Gwen Stefanie and Gavine Rossdale named their younger son Zuma, after a famous beach in Malibu, CA. Will and Kate could follow their lead and name the baby after a British beach like Bournemouth or Holkham. Eh, that’s kind of a mouthful.

British reality TV star Katie Price named her daughter Princess… Hmmm Princess Princess? That won’t work here. Of course, if it’s a boy they could go the Michael Jackson route… but Prince Prince isn’t so hot, either. Speaking of the Jacksons, Jermaine Jackson named his son Jermajesty… something tells me Great Grandma Her Majesty wouldn’t be on board with that!

Ashley Simpson named her son Bronx, after a borough of New York. Actually, this might not be bad. They could name a son after a London borough like Brent or Sutton.

Rachel Griffiths called her child Banjo, which seems a little too commoner for the future monarch… Perhaps they could name their kid Lute? That’s not a bad name… wait. No. It is. Robert Rodriquez named his kid Rebel. Of course, of Diana’s boys, it’s Harry who is the rebel. William shoots right down the middle. Perhaps he could name his kid “Conformer?”

Jamie Oliver named his kid Buddy Bear. Something tells me Kate won’t go for this one, but how awesome would it be if she did? Please rise for His Royal Majesty, King Buddy Bear!

You know what? Let’s hope they don’t look to celebrities for help with naming their kid. Personally, I’m hoping for a girl named Alexandra (although a Princess Diana would be so sentimentally lovely), but really anything is better than Jermajesty and the rest!


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