THE DUKE of Sussex may have accidentally revealed what he plans on calling his first born – if it is a girl. By Charlotte Ikonen / Published 18th October 2018 Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, announced this week they were expecting their first child in Spring 2019.There is already fevered excitement as to what the pair will call their first-born.Bookmakers have revealed the odds on what the Queen's eighth great-grandchild will be called, with Victoria, Albert and Arthur among the favourites. Diana, Victoria and Alexander are also popular.But Harry might have revealed his favourite girls name during an engagement in Australia with Meghan. Related Articles Meghan and Harry SLAMMED for revealing baby news at Eugenie's wedding: ‘It’s selfish' James Hewitt CONGRATULATED 'on becoming grandad' after Harry and Meghan confirm baby Prince Harry an ‘emotional wreck’ after Meghan Markle’s pregnancy news The couple … [Read more...] about Royal baby name REVEALED? Prince Harry admits his favourite name for girl
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Meghan Markle has remained tight-lipped over possible names for her baby during the royals' trip to Australia. As she and Prince Harry took a tram ride with pupils after visiting a Melbourne primary school, the couple were quizzed on potential baby names by a group of children. Meghan replied: “We've been given a long list of names from everyone. We're going to sit down and have a look at them.” She said she had not yet come to a decision on a baby name as it was still early on in her pregnancy. The couple arrived to cheers on South Melbourne Beach after taking the short tram ride in the city. They spoke to pupils from Albert Park Primary School about the importance of keeping beaches tidy and Harry offered waves to the crowd. Meghan showed off a new outfit, donning a black Club Monaco dress under the same trench coat as earlier. Earlier The Duchess was given a tiara by six year old Annie, a pupil at Albert Park primary school in Melbourne. Annie was … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle tells children ‘I haven’t thought of a name for the baby yet
Updated 0407 GMT (1207 HKT) August 25, 2018 Leixlip, Ireland (CNN)Fiona and her husband aren't religious. They don't go to Mass, take communion or recite the Holy Rosary. But twice in recent years, the couple have driven halfway across Ireland to baptize their children at their families' community parishes. The reason? Their children's education. The sacrament -- and the certificate that comes with it -- has long held the key for parents hoping to secure a place for a child's first day at school in Ireland, where approximately 90% of primary schools have a Catholic ethos. Although those schools are state-funded, their Catholic Church patrons set the admission guidelines, giving Catholic children priority enrollment over non-Catholics in a crowded system. Read More This school year, that's all set to change. In July, the Irish parliament passed a bill outlawing the "baptism barrier," making it illegal to prioritize baptized children in the admissions process at Catholic … [Read more...] about They baptized their children for school places. Now regret is setting in.
A long-running row over a controversial proposed housing development has taken a new twist - after the public was asked to come up with a name for the access road. But as opponents and campaigners expressed their disappointment, saying it sent out a message that the scheme was “a done deal”, Kirklees Council backed down. It said the process of consulting on road names was standard practice and was not an indicator as to whether planning permission would be granted. However it has now been stopped. Newcastle-based Bellway Homes wants to build 61 houses on Balderstone Hall Fields in Mirfield with access through Woodward Court, a cul-de-sac adjacent to Crossley Fields Junior and Infant School. But in a battle that has lasted two decades campaigners with action group Save Mirfield have succeeded in winning a public inquiry to stop development and have forced Bellway to reduce its planned number of homes . And, earlier this month, a team with West Yorkshire Archaeology … [Read more...] about Public asked to come up with name for road
I’m afraid there is no money left: that’s the note that Liam Byrne famously left for his successor as chief secretary to the Treasury, a job that Philip Hammond had expected to receive in a Conservative government. Instead, there was a coalition and the note went to David Laws, with devastating consequences. But the Royal Mail always delivers eventually and Hammond finally seems to have got the memo: there is no money left is the message he gave to Conservative cabinet ministers yesterday. “There's no more money, Hammond tells Cabinet” is the Times’ does-what-it-says-on-the-tin splash. Hammond told ministers that while the spending taps might be coming on for health, there would be no such largesse on the way for schools, defence or the police, to name just three areas that are feeling the strain of close to a decade of spending cuts. The NHS is a special case for a variety of reasons: it occupies a special place in the … [Read more...] about ConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlight After shock NHS boost, there’s officially no money left for schools, defence or the police