Diana currently in top spot for Prince Harry and Meghan's baby name according to latest odds

The latest odds suggest their choice will likely honor Prince Harry's family

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbe6 on March 11, 2019 in London, England
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Prince Harry and Meghan's baby name hasn't been far from many royal fans' minds after the couple recently announced they’re expecting their second child. 

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy announcement on Valentine’s Day delighted the Royal Family and royal fans alike. The couple’s wonderful news was perhaps made all the more significant given the sweet acknowledgment they made to Prince Harry’s later mother, Princess Diana, on this important day. This comes after Duchess Meghan revealed last year that she had been through a tragic miscarriage in the summer. The Duchess wrote an exceptionally poignant piece for the New York Times about her loss, hoping to shine a light on the grieving process. 

The news that their family will grow has reportedly “delighted” the Queen and the Royal Family. Whilst Meghan and Harry have not yet officially confirmed their child’s due date, some may begin to wonder how the British line of succession will change after their next baby

But when it comes to the name the Sussexes will choose for their child, the speculation has already begun. With Princess Eugenie revealing her son’s unique name, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, on Saturday, it’s perhaps only natural to wonder if Prince Harry and Meghan will choose traditional choices. And it now seems like they're likely to do the latter...

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What are the latest odds for Prince Harry and Meghan’s baby name?

If the latest odds from bookies are anything to go by, it’s currently thought much more likely they’ll go down the family naming route. Betvictor has predicted that the most likely name will be Diana for a girl and Charles for a little boy, honoring Prince Harry’s parents. This would be a particularly sweet choice if so. 

The top picks for a daughter

Diana (7/1)

Alice (9/1)

Grace (10/1)

Isabella (12/1)

Alexandra (14/1)

There’s also reportedly a chance that the child may be named Doria (50/1) or Celia (50/1) after Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, and Harry’s godmother who passed away last year, Lady Celia Vestey.

Doria Ragland, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall after the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England

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The top picks for a son

Charles (10/1)

Thomas (11/1)

Arthur (12/1)

Edmund (16/1)

Phillip (20/1)

The potential baby name choices for a little boy are certainly very traditional names. Whilst with their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, it seemed that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan chose to go down a more contemporary naming route.

Whatever name they choose, we can’t wait for the new royal arrival!

Emma Shacklock
Emma Shacklock

Emma is a Senior Lifestyle Writer with five years experience working in digital publishing, ranging from book publishing to magazines. She currently looks after all things Lifestyle for Woman&Home, GoodToKnow and My Imperfect Life.


Before she joined Future Publishing, Emma graduated from the University of Warwick with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Comparative Literary Studies. After leaving education, she started out her publishing career in the world of books, working as a Publisher for an independent digital publisher specializing in back-list and debut commercial fiction novels. With a huge book list and a passion for bringing the best stories to the broadest audience possible, Emma filled her spare time with reading the latest best-sellers and catching up on hit adaptations.


In 2017 she joined TI Media as a fiction writing coordinator on Woman’s Weekly and Woman’s Weekly Fiction as part of the features team. From here, she used her love of books, working to bring short stories to our dedicated readers and began writing for the books pages of Woman, Woman’s Own and Woman&Home, as well as online features ranging from genre round-ups to travel pieces for womanandhome.com. 


After honing her skills, Emma branched out online in 2020 when Future gave her the opportunity to focus on digital-first. When she’s not writing about the next big lifestyle trend, she enjoys cooking, long walks and watching as many crime dramas as she can!