Earlier this morning, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex welcomed her first child with Prince Harry – a baby boy – whose name has not yet been revealed by the royal family.
#BabySussex weighed in at 7-pounds, 3-ounces. Prince Harry told reporters that mom and baby were doing well and that he and Meghan have “thinking about names but, the baby is a little overdue so we’ve had a little bit of time to think about it.”
Naturally, royal fans in the U.K. were betting on a wide range of potential male baby names since the morning’s birth announcement. Had the royal baby been a girl, the odds makers were offering ‘Ivy’ at 7/4, ‘Diana’ was at 6/1 and ‘Grace’ was close behind at 8/1. U.K.-based betting and gambling company Ladbrokes said in a press release that as of Monday afternoon, betting for the royal baby names odds had the top choice, ‘Arthur’, at 5/1. ‘Alexander’ is behind with 6/1, followed by ‘Albert’ and ‘James’, both at 8/1 odds.
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