The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their third son in public for the first time. Getty Images.

The UK has been struck with “royal fever” with the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, but what do people think the Prince will be called?

The yet unnamed baby boy was born at 11:01am BST on 23rd April 2018 in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, London. He weighed in at 8lb 7oz.

The Duchess of Cambridge outside St. Mary’s Hospital, hours after giving birth to her third child. GETTY IMAGES.

Following the birth, Prince William took their other two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the hospital to meet their newest sibling for the first time.

Later on, they all returned home to Kensington Palace without announcing the name of the new Prince, who will be fifth in the line of succession for the throne, following his grandfather, father and older siblings.

“I THINK HE MIGHT BE CALLED HENRY, AS WE’VE HAD KING HENRYS IN THE PAST”

Nottingham resident

Bookmakers have stated that the names Arthur, Philip, Albert and James are the current favourites, but in Nottingham people had a mixture of ideas.

A mix of names were given, such as “Ehren,” “Oliver,” and “Reginald.” But we’d like to know what you think the new Prince will be called. It is expected that the announcement will be made very soon, but in the meantime, you can vote on a poll through our Twitter account, seen below.

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By Khalem Chapman [24/04/2018]
Featured image: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their third son in public for the first time. Getty Images.