The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named their daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
She will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Kensington Palace have announced.
Elizabeth is the name of the baby’s great-grandmother, Elizabeth II, Queen of England. Diana is the name of the baby’s late grandmother, Diana (better known as Lady Di), the Duke’s mother, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
It was feared that the Queen could be greatly indisposed if the baby was given Diana as her first name (as relations were tense between the Queen and her ex-daughter in law) but coming third after the Queen’s own name, the name Diana will probably not cause any problem.
St George’s Day, April 23rd, is the national day of England.
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If you find it difficult to remember big numbers in English, listen to this song and sing along!
In a song or a poem, authors often change the grammar a little, so as to have a better rhyme or the correct rythme. In this song, we should read “it doesn’t sound the same” and “I should have given you”.