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By Gregory Katz The Associated Press

Alexander? James? Arthur? Guessing game on royal baby’s name

LONDON — Now that everyone knows Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have a baby boy, there is widespread speculation about what he will be called.

Royals have a way of taking their time about naming babies and the couple is known to want to do things at their own pace, so it may be a few days before the couple reveals the name for their first child.

Harry and Meghan’s royal baby: Questions asked and answered

LONDON — The time is drawing near for the impending birth of the first child for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. The couple is keeping many details about Meghan’s pregnancy and birth plan private and say they don’t know the baby’s gender yet. Here are some key points about what will be the latest addition to the world’s most famous royal family.


Heir’s big birthday: 70 candles lined up for Prince Charles

LONDON — Prince Charles turns 70 Wednesday and is still heir to the throne a role he has served since he was a young child.

He’s not lacking in things to do and shows few signs of slowing down he is wealthy, extremely active in matters of great importance to him, and preparing to welcome his third grandchild into the world when Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, gives birth next spring.

Royal retreat of Windsor prepares to party for Harry, Meghan

WINDSOR, England — Few towns are as stereotypically English as Windsor, the bucolic riverside locale where Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle will get married on May 19.

And few towns are as pleasing when a warm spring sun bakes off the morning mist. Even the plump white swans on the Thames seem relieved that the long, hard winter is over.

Calls to cancel Trump visit to UK put queen in tough spot

LONDON — Growing calls to cancel President Donald Trump’s state visit to Britain have put Queen Elizabeth II ‚Äî who would host the U.S. president in a difficult position.

In Britain’s constitutional monarchy, the queen invites foreign leaders to state visits regarded as a great honour on the advice of Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.