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Labor Day brought royal baby news early this morning — and the expected names are already rolling in.
Bookies are already offering odds on what Princess Kate and Prince William will name their third child — and Alice has come out on top, so far. British bookmakers Ladbrokes and William Hill cite the sweet name at the top of their lists.
Elizabeth and James are runner-ups on William Hill, while Arthur and Victoria snagged the second spot on Ladbrokes.
Kensington Palace confirmed on Monday that the royals, both 35, are expecting baby number three. They are already parents to Prince George, 4, and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte. »
- Char Adams and Simon Perry
Princess Diana is known for her fascinating life as a British royal, but she led an equally interesting life before marrying Prince Charles. Diana grew up in an affluent household in Norfolk, England. Her father's family, the Spencers, were closely allied with the British royal family, while her maternal grandmother, Ruth Roche, was a member of the court of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. After being homeschooled by her governess, Gertrude Allen, she began her formal education at Silfield Private School in Gayton, Norfolk, before moving to an all-girls boarding school when she was nine. In 1973, she joined her sisters at West Heath Girls' School, and although she didn't excel in academics (she failed her O-levels twice), she was a talented athlete. Related24 Timeless Photos of Princess Diana Aside from swimming and diving, Diana was incredibly passionate about ballet, even going as far as to study it in school. Even »
- Kelsie Gibson
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