IIf the child is a boy, he could become Earl of Dumbarton – one of the subsidiary titles that the Prince received from the Queen on the morning of his marriage. The eldest son and heir of a duke can use one of his father's lower-grade kinship titles courtesy, Debrett said. A daughter could be Lady (first name) Mountbatten-Windsor, and all subsequent children Lord (first name) Mountbatten-Windsor.
The 1st Earl of Dumbarton, George Douglas, was a Scottish nobleman and soldier. He was badly wounded in a duel with the Duke of Normandie in 1669 and documents reported that he was dead due to the severity of his wounds.
Story behind baby's favorite names
The nation put their money on the baby named Diana (presumably after the mother of Prince Harry and William). While Diana Spencer was the only member of the royal family by that name, the nickname has real connotations. In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting and chastity and daughter of Jupiter, king of the gods.
Victoria, the second favorite name, has a clearer real story. The most iconic royalty that comes to mind is, of course, Queen Victoria – though (as fans of the ITV program will know), that was not her real name. She was born Alexandrina Victoria, but changed her name when she became queen.