The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been given a “long list” of potential baby names suggested by friends and family.
The royal couple, who are expecting their first child in the spring, told curious children in Australia they are “going to sit down and have a look at” the options.
During a trip on the Melbourne tram, the Duke and Duchess were interrogated by schoolchildren who spent the journey of just a few minutes asking them about their plans for parenthood.
Charlie Wolf, a 12-year-old pupil from Middle Park primary school, asked if the couple had any names for their unborn baby.
The children said the Duchess replied with: “We’ve been given a long list of names from everyone, we’re going to sit down and have a look at them.” Continue reading Duke and Duchess of Sussex given ‘long list’ of baby names by family and friends
On the day of their wedding back in May, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were given the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex by the Queen. And it has taken almost five months for the pair to check out “their” territory themselves, as the couple is visiting Sussex for the first time on Wednesday.
Harry and Meghan arrived in the county, located about 50 miles south of London, for a series of engagements. They were greeted by throngs of well-wishers, including a group of students from Westbourne House School, according to People, who initially welcomed them and created an “A-Z guide to Sussex” for the pair. Meghan, who reportedly asked all the children their names, reportedly responded, “Oh my goodness, thank you. That’s very cool,” to the presentation of the gift.
The pair had a busy day scheduled, as they looked at the Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence and visited both an animation workshop and a rehearsal of a university orchestra.
Meghan wore a cream coat made by Armani for the day trip, with a dark green shirt (by & Other Stories) paired with a green leather pencil skirt (by Hugo Boss). She stuck with the green theme with her bag, the “Nina” by Gabriela Hearst.
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