It’s the name of the Queen and Prince William’s grandmother. And bookies say Elizabeth is an early front-runner for the name of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child – if it’s a girl.
Ladbrokes says Elizabeth is chalked up as the 8/1 favourite, although it’s naturally a 50:50 shot over the sex of the royal couple’s newborn. The firm is offering even money for a boy or girl.
Should it be a boy, Charles at 10/1 follows closely behind. The same odds are given for Frances and John.
And there’s a 12/1 chance she's named after William's mother Diana if it’s a girl. Other royal names like Anne at 12/1, Philip at 14/1 and Edward at 16/1 are also in with a shout.
As speculation mounted last week one punter who believed the couple would be expecting sooner rather than later placed a £10 bet on Rylan – the name of a contestant in the x-factor TV singing competition - to be the chosen name at odds of 1,000/1.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Kate and Wills pulled the wool over our eyes but now attention turns to the name of the baby and it looks like the couple will stick with a traditional name. If they're expecting a girl who better to name her after than Her Majesty."
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