The royal baby has a name. It's GEORGE ALEXANDER LOUIS. Officially, he'll be known as Prince George of Cambridge.
There's no word why they chose the name . . . although PRINCE CHARLES has said that the monarch he admires the most is KING GEORGE THE THIRD.
He ruled from 1760 to 1820, and he does have that one minor black mark on his record. You know, that tiny little skirmish he lost to the American colonists. No biggie. (???)
Some say the prince is named after GEORGE THE SIXTH, who was QUEEN ELIZABETH'S father. And "Alexander" may be derived from her middle name, Alexandra. (COLIN FIRTH played George the Sixth in "The King's Speech".)
As for Louis, that might be a tribute to Lord Louis Mountbatten. He was the uncle of the Queen's husband, PRINCE PHILLIP. He and Charles were close.
Of course there are those who think the kid's name was influenced by "SEINFELD". They got "George" from the character George Costanza . . . "Alexander" from the guy who played him, JASON ALEXANDER . . . And "Louis" from JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS, who played Elaine. (There's probably no truth to this.)