Kate Middleton Originally Chose ‘Alexander’ for Prince George Before His Birth

Kate Middleton had a different name in mind for her eldest son, Prince George, before his birth.The Princess of Wales, who gave birth to her first child in 2012, had considered the name ‘Alexander’ as she approached labor.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl reveals: “Courtiers insisted the couple had not discovered the sex of their unborn baby, and friends close to them claim William wanted it to be a surprise,” Katie said.She adds: “Although Kate apparently suspected it was a boy and had set her heart on the name Alexander, they had not yet decided on a name for their firstborn.”

The expert continues: “When I saw William a few weeks before the birth, he said they didn’t know [the baby’s sex] and didn’t want to find out.”He said there are so few surprises in life — this was one he wanted to keep. Kate said she thought it was a boy because the baby kicked so much,” she noted.

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