Published: Wed, May 02, 2018
Research | By Clarence Powell

How Kate Middleton pronounces her son Prince Louis' name

How Kate Middleton pronounces her son Prince Louis' name

It's insane to think it's been seven years since we were all glued to our TV screens watching Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge tying the knot.

As with his elder brother and sister, Prince Louis of Cambridge emerged into the sunlight outside the private Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, where his father and uncle were also born, to the glare of the world's media with photographers and camera crews having been camped outside for the previous few weeks to catch a glimpse of the new prince.

The company also believes there will be a rise in commemorative coins, pushchairs and infant clothing to mark the birth of the second son to the Duke and Duchess.

Footage of Kate Middleton has emerged which shows her revealing how we should really be pronouncing Prince Louis' name. A registrar travelled to Kensington Palace where William signed the document from the comfort of his home. As in the past, the Duchess had a quick labour and Prince Louis was born at 11.01 at 8lbs 7oz.

It already costs the royal couple £14,180 ($19,492) for Princess Charlotte to attend nursery and a jaw-dropping £175,21 ($240,767) a year for Prince George to attend Thomas' Battersea school, until he is 13.

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They're holding out hope that he will be down the local park playing with the other children if he ever leaves the expansive Kensington Palace.

"And I'm sure that she, her husband, and the older siblings, George and Charlotte, have real, as I say, joy at the birth of their little one". "The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge".

The new royal will take the formal name of His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge, confirmed by Kensington Palace.

Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, 35, welcomed Prince Louis into the world on April 23. Prince William popped the big question in 2010 with an iconic sapphire and diamond engagement ring that once belonged to his mother, the late Princess Diana.

Despite the 18/1 odds, Ms Gordon won $8000 after she placed a £250 bet ($456) on the moniker, which she chose for her grandson who was born the day after the new prince and named Louis.

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