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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

BY FLORA LYIMO ~ BREAKING NEWS'' THE ROYAL BABY BOY NOW ANAITWA GEORGE ALEXANDER LOUIS OF CAMBRIDGE''' PATA JINA HILO LILIKO ANZIA HAPA'' HABARI ZENYE UHAKIKA'''MBUTA NANGA!!

 

The safe hands of the Duchess of Cambridge with her son who was born on Monday, but was thrown into the spotlight yesterday
Heir to the throne: Kensington Palace revealed the baby's full name will be George Alexander Louis''
 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have this evening revealed that their son - now the third in line to the throne -  will be called George.
Kensington Palace revealed the baby's full name will be George Alexander Louis. William and Kate's baby will be known as Prince George and as third in line to the throne will one day be king.
Kensington Palace said in a short statement: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to announce that they have named their son George Alexander Louis.
'The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.'
By naming their son George - which is synonymous with British kings - it looks like the couple have followed tradition. However, royal sources say the baby's names are not supposed to be symbolic but that the couple genuinely like them.

 
 
New life: The baby was crying in his car seat as his father took him to their waiting car yesterday evening
New life: William and Kate's baby will be known as Prince George and as third in line to the throne will one day be king''

GEORGE ALEXANDER LOUIS: A ROYAL NAME WHICH IS STEEPED IN TRADITION AND HISTORY

George
The name George is synonymous with British kings.
It has come to represent the continuity of the monarchy and remained the bookmakers' favourite in the name-guessing stakes from the moment Kate's pregnancy was announced.
Six King Georges have worn the crown throughout history since the German-born George I, the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain, acceded to the throne in 1714.
The first name of the last King George - George VI - was actually Albert and he was known to his family as 'Bertie' but he selected George - his fourth name - to use as Sovereign.
He was the much-loved father of the present Queen and the new Prince George of Cambridge's great-great grandfather. George VI chose George in honour of his father George V and to create the impression of stability after the scandal caused by the abdication of his brother Edward VIII.

Emotional: The new mother looked delighted as she looked down at her first child while her husband waved to the excited crowds
Historic: The name George is synonymous with British kings and has come to represent the continuity of the monarchy ''

George is also the fourth name of the Prince of Wales - the baby's grandfather. Even Edward VIII had George among his seven names.
The name means farmer or earth worker. It was the 12th most popular name for boys born in England and Wales in 2011.
St George, a fourth-century Christian martyr, is the patron Saint of England and represents honour, bravery and gallantry. The legend of George slaying a dragon and rescuing an innocent maiden is medieval.
There has only been one other Prince of Cambridge and he was also called George.
Looking back: The German-born George I, the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain, acceded to the throne in 1714
Historic: The German-born George I, left, the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain, acceded to the throne in 1714 '' Mwaviona na viatu vyao lakini''
King George II
Historic: The German-born George I, pichani hapo juu ya hii picha ' the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain, acceded to the throne in 1714 . King George II is pictured hapa'' yani kumbe wametoka Ujerumani eeee''
Tradition: The first Prince George of Cambridge was a grandson of George III, pictured in this portrait
Relations: The first Prince George of Cambridge was a grandson of George III, pictured hapa''
Relations: George IV, pictured, was the eldest son of George III
Relations: The first Prince George of Cambridge was a grandson of George III, pictured on top . George IV, pictured hapa pichani, was the eldest son of George II

The first Prince George of Cambridge was a grandson of George III and the only son of Prince Adolphus Frederick, the 1st Duke of Cambridge.
Prince George of Cambridge was born in 1819 and refused to have an arranged marriage. He wed a commoner for love after falling for the actress Sarah Louisa Fairbrother, who was said to be a classic beauty and a graceful dancer.
They married in 1847 when she was already the mother of two of his children and pregnant with his third.But the Duke did not seek the sovereign's approval and the marriage was never recognised, hence his children were not eligible to inherit royal titles.
Miss Fairbrother, who generated much scandal including having a portrait painted in which she showed off her bare legs, was ostracised by the royal family and never given a title.
Instead, she became known by the nickname Mrs FitzGeorge and this surname was taken by George's offspring.
 King George V
THE KING' GEORGE V''
Regal: Six King Georges have worn the crown throughout history. King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth, known later as the Queen Mother, are pictured in 1950
Distinguished: King George V is pictured on the top of hii picha, while King George VI , hapa was married to the Queen Elizabeth, known later as the Queen Mother''
Despite his marriage, George had a wandering eye and soon after he wed he took up with mistress Louisa Beauclerk, who remained his lover for more than 30 years.
He went on to become the 2nd Duke of Cambridge after his father's death.

The Duke was in the Army and served in the Crimean War. He was promoted to Commander-in-Chief in 1887 and an equestrian statue of him stands in the middle of London's Whitehall.
He was said to have been a disciplinarian, who believed Army promotions should be based on social connections rather than ability. He died in 1904.
His father, the 1st Duke of Cambridge - who lived from 1774 to 1850 - was never a Prince of Cambridge, but was given the title the Duke of Cambridge by his father George III in 1801 when he was 27.



Lord Louis Mountbatten
THE KING''
Lord Louis Mountbatten was murdered by the IRA with a bomb on his fishing boat off the west coast of Ireland
Tribute: The name Louis has deep significance in the Windsor family.  Lord Louis Mountbatten was murdered by the IRA with a bomb on his fishing boat off the west coast of Ireland''

Alexander
This is popular in Scotland, where Alexander III was regarded as one of the country's greatest rulers.
In April this year, Willem-Alexander was sworn in as King of the Netherlands after the abdication of his mother, Queen Beatrix.
Henry VIII, who married six times and set up the Church of England to split from the Roman Catholic Church.

Louis
This name has deep significance in the Windsor family in honour of the Prince of Wales's favourite uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was killed by the IRA in 1979.
Louis is the last of William’s three middle names.


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