or maybe "Jacintha Saldanha" would be a terrible name for a prince<br />
I keep hoping she faked her death as a prank-back
I thought we didn't know yet? But if it's a girl they have to go with Diana...dontcha think
Diana would have been this child's granmom and was ever more than beloved by her subjects. I doubt the establishment wound go there
Tell us how you really feel about the royals. No need to hold back here!<br />
In fairness, maybe they already had a names picked out long beforehand. In those circles, it's usually even more about honoring your forbears when it comes to naming babies than it is for most families. Besides, it could always be worse. They could fall prey to giving the baby some trendy, Hollywood-esque name, like "Apple" or "Jetblue."<br />
Can you imagine an introduction like, "Presenting her royal highness Princess Moon Unit, Duchess of Cumbria." I know I can't.
I don't know the details, but it sounds bad. Even if they simply view the nurse as an employee, they should be concerned be concerned about her.
"Mommy and daddy, where did my name come from?" .... "Well sweetheart, you were named after someone who committed suicide over a prank call." .... "Does that mean I should place so little value on my own life that if someone plays a prank on me, it means I am worthless and deserve to die?" ........<br />
Not really a legacy I'd like my children to take after...
Have they officially announced the name then? I doubt they know themselves yet.
They wouldn't be likely to call a white western girl by a name generally associated with other cultures. It wouldn't make much sense. This issue isn't an indicative of race relations.
I thought they were lizard shape-shifters from another planet.