Buckingham Palace released a statement after royal fans thought they figured out what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first baby could be called.
According to reports, fans discovered that if you were to search certain baby names on the Royal Family’s website homepage and add suspected names, some would send them back to the site’s main page.
The names were said to have included “/prince-arthur,” “/prince-alexander” and “/prince-james,” suggesting there were pages set up but not live yet.
Other names such as “/princess-grace” brought up a “Page not found” error.
Despite the speculation, Buckingham Palace told ET in a statement: “A large number of search term redirects were set up some time ago on royal.uk. This was in order to improve user experience.”
Harry and Meghan have released very little information about their first child, who is due to arrive any day now.
They previously confirmed they’d be spending some time together as a family before sharing their news with the world.