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Is "mum" literally the word when it comes to naming the new Royal Baby?
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is set to give birth later this month and give her and husband Prince William's 1-year-old son Prince George an little brother or sister (a "spare" to the "heir," as the somewhat disturbing saying goes). That's right, like during her first pregnancy, the couple has not revealed the sex of their new child.
A new member of the royal family is traditionally be named after...a member of the royal family. However, there's a small chance the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will opt to break tradition (what?) by picking a family name, but from Kate's side. They may compromise by choosing one name from the prince's family and another from the duchess' for first and second names.