Princess Beatrice baby name: Royal may follow in sister’s footsteps suggest expert

Princess Beatrice baby name could have Italian twist say experts

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Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi welcomed their first baby together on Saturday evening. In a statement Buckingham Palace announced the couple’s new-born daughter was born weighing six pounds and two ounces at 11:42pm at London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The statement added that the baby’s grandparent’s Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, had been informed, as had the great-grandparents, including the Queen. 

Beatrice’s sister Eugenie congratulated the new parents in an Instagram post on Wednesday and said: “We’re going to have so much fun watching our children grow up.”

She added another note to the baby: “To my new niece, I love you already and think you’re just awesome from the photos. 

“We’re going to have so much fun together.”

So far no baby pictures of the new-born have been released to the wider public, while her name still hasn’t been announced.

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Pod Save the Queen is hosted by Anne Gripper and features Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers.

Mr Myers suggested that Beatrice could be inspired by her baby nephew August, and name her daughter September.

Mr Myers said: “Eugenie’s son is called August, and I love that name.”

The royal expert then jocularly added: “Could we see a baby September? Is September a name?

“January’s a name, April’s a name, May, June…”

Ms Gripper interjected to say: “But baby August wasn’t born in August.”

Mr Myers continued: “That aside, the baby was born in September so could we have a left field name of September.”

Ms Gripper then joked: “I’m going to guess it’s Mrs Myers who picked the name for your baby.”

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Beatrice and Edoardo’s baby will inherit the official Italian title of Nobile Donna, which is passed on by her father’s family. 

Edoardo’s official title is Count and his family were part of the Italian nobility before the country became a republic in 1946. 

The couple married on July 17 2020 in a secret ceremony in Windsor, less than a year after their engagement was first announced. 

Beatrice became step-mother to Edoardo’s son Christopher Woolf (Woolfie) who is five.

Ms Gripper noted that Woolfie had been mentioned in the couple’s official family notice announcing the birth.

Mr Myers added: “They’re a family now ‒ he was [also] Edo’s best man at the wedding.

“He’s been very very involved in the family make up from right at the beginning I think. 

“So yeah ‒ it was a nice touch”.

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