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The Royal Family may have dropped the biggest clue into what the name of William and Kate’s third child is.
On the Royal Family’s website a page has been reserved for a Prince Albert.
But when trying to access the page – www.royal.uk/prince-albert – a message reads ‘Access denied’.
It is the same message that visitors receive when trying to visit pages for the newborn’s siblings, George and Charlotte.
But when visitors to the site try and search other names rumoured for the prince – such as Arthur and Alexander – the website says ‘Page not found’.
It may be the biggest hint yet into the new prince’s name but earlier this evening his dad William said they were still "working on it".
William and Kate’s third child was born on Monday and it has taken longer than it did with the arrival of George and Charlotte for his name to be announced.
Tonight William joined Prince Harry to open a sports facility in central London, after it was revealed he would be his brother’s best man at his wedding to Meghan Markle next month.
Arriving at the event, William also joked “revenge is sweet” when asked about being his brother’s best man.
William said: “It feels great. Thrilled and delighted obviously.
“Revenge is sweet.”
But Harry revealed his brother has “known for months”, adding: “How did I ask? Got down on one knee.”
And, when he was asked about the name of his newborn, William said: “I’m working on that…
But he did add: “You’ll know soon, you’ll know soon.”
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