The name of the daughter of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: these would be the possible names
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will become parents for the second time in America’s summer.
Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, are closer to meeting their second child, a girl. The most amazing couple released the news of their new pregnancy on February 14, Valentine’s Day. Shortly after, during their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in early March, they revealed the sex of the baby, who will become the sister of 2-year-old Archie Harrison.
The Duchess of Sussex will bring her daughter into the world during the summer, which in the United States officially begins on June 21 and ends between September 21 and 23. While Meghan is said to be in her seventh month of pregnancy, UK gambling website Ladbrokes launched a bet for the public to vote on the couple’s baby girl’s possible name.
One of the options is Philippa, in honor of the late Prince Philip. “Support for baby Philippa shows no signs of slowing down, and we’ve been forced to cut the odds again that it is the name of Harry and Meghan’s daughter,” said Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes. Harry’s cousins, Princess Eugenia and Zara Tindall had already honored their grandfather by giving their newborn children the middle name Felipe.
Other alternatives would be Diana, named after Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, and Elizabeth, after Her Majesty’s 95-year-old first name. Allegra, Alexandria, Grace, Emma, Rose, Alice, and Victoria are other favorites. It is also believed that Harry and Meghan could continue the tradition of giving their son a name that is not in the options of the betting companies, as they did with Archie.
In her recent appearance on Global Citizen’s “VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World,” Meghan expressed her excitement to welcome her second child. “My husband and I are delighted to have a daughter soon. It is a feeling of joy that we share with millions of families around the world. When we think of her, we think of all the young women and girls around the world who must be empowered and supported to carry us forward.