The handsome royal brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry, have had a busy year so far. From births to weddings, it's been an incredible season.
Just recently, though, biographer Andrew Morton, who sat down with William and Harry's late mother in a series of interviews, has come out with some fascinating news. William and Harry were going to have different names.
Choosing a baby name is a difficult task, especially if your spouse is adamant about a particular name. Apparently, that is precisely how it went down for Princess Diana and Prince Charles. They couldn't agree on a name for either one of their sons when they were born.
Morton's 1992 novel, "Diana: Her True Story," was featured in a self-narrated National Geographic documentary, "Diana: In Her Own Words." In one of his interviews with Diana, she revealed the origins of William and Harry's first names.
Morton asked Diana who chose the couple's youngest child's name. Diana replied, "I did." And added, "I chose William and Harry, but Charles did the rest."
It appears Charles did not want these names and had two other options he wished had stuck.
"He wanted Albert and Arthur, and I said no. Too old!" Diana said.
It wasn't disclosed in the book which name would have been bestowed upon which son, but we can assume most royal fans approved of the names William and Harry.
Were you happy that Princess Diana put her foot down on this? Or would you have like Albert and Arthur?