Fridge Wisdom: Wot Wot’s In A Royal Baby Name?

July 23, 2013 | By Brent Almond | DESIGN STUFF

Here we are, back at the fridge…

Apparently the American media is the biggest fan on the flames of Brit Babymania. And it reached its crazy crest when said tot popped from the Royal Birthing Womb. Everyone and their British Bulldog is commenting, tweeting and blogging about this silliness, so I thought I’d throw my bowler into the three rings.

To whit, a few suggestions for Prince Newborn’s Royal Baby Name, inspired by British literature and a spot of pop culture from both sides of the pond. (A blood pudding to whomever gets all the references)…









But regardless of his eventual and overly-analyzed name, the child’s full title should most certainly be:


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Post haste! What are your brilliant picks for this princely progeny’s moniker?



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4 responses to “Fridge Wisdom: Wot Wot’s In A Royal Baby Name?”

  1. You think the American media has gone mad???!!!?!!??!

    Try living in a country that still has the Queen as our Head of State.

    Yes, the Australian media is lapping this up.

    Now I have to go and get the update. We’re into our 28th straight hour of filming nothing and making it sound exciting.

    • Brent Almond says:

      It’s a cannibalistic mess. The media acts like the world is going nuts, then the internet breaks out in a war of Pro-Royals vs. Anti-Royals. I’m not actually anti-royal (I cried when Diana died, I admit it.) just annoyed at the pomp. But I guess that’s what it’s for, right? Bread and circuses and all that?

      Hope you get some sleep, and thanks for stopping by!

  2. Jack says:

    Prince George Foreman VII FTW!

    Work with a few brits, apparently its been 24/7 coverage. No matter how hard I tried to make a sarcastic remark about over-coverage of the baby, I was just unable to surpass the real deal.

    • Brent Almond says:

      When the coverage becomes the story, it gets weird. Too meta for me. 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by!

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