Beatrice of York, ideas on the name of her daughter (with a possible homage to Italy)

Beatrice of York, ideas on the name of her daughter (with a possible homage to Italy)
Beatrice of York, ideas on the name of her daughter (with a possible homage to Italy)

“His Majesty Beatrice of York ed Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi they are happy to announce the birth of their first daughter ». Thus, through the social channels officers, the English royal family welcomed the newcomer: it is female, saw the light on 18 September at 11.42 pm at Chelsea-Westminster Hospital of London and, above all, is doing well. More information, for now, have not been shared.

Not even the name, obviously. A custom of casa Windsor which, once again, opens the field to bookmakers: «Try to guess what will i call itThe new royal baby », write those of Ladbrokes, a note betting company British. As of now, the most popular is Matilda, closely followed by Florence (which is the English translation of Florence, but it corresponds to our Fiorenza), then Arabella e Giovanna».

«All choices of Italian inspirationNoted Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes. «The bettors I am convincedi think this royal baby will have a name more unusual compared to the other”. Among the most popular options there are as well Cecilia, Francesca and the inevitable Elisabetta, which would be a tribute to the sovereign. Kind of like i recently did Sussex, who however used the nickname of the queen, Lilibet.

However it wouldn’t be surprising so much since as well Eugenie, Beatrice’s sister, last February gave birth to hers eldest son and called him August Philip Hawke, with a clear dedication to the grandfather in the middle Filippo. Between the birth and the announcement of the name, in that case, eleven days passed: it is therefore likely that the new mother will also pass the same amount of time before make it public.

The bets, therefore, are only at the beginning.

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