Don't Mispronounce the Royal Baby's Name, Here's the Right Way to Say It

April 27, 2018Apr 27, 2018

The world waited and watched as the Royal Family prepared for the birth of Princess Kate's baby! Now, the wait is over!

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are doing great after welcoming their third child! Princess Kate looked radiant as she left the hospital with her newest addition.

On Friday, the world learned for the first time that the Royal baby is named Louis Arthur Charles. He is to be known as His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge.

However, lots of people keep mispronouncing his name! We are happy to clue you in on how to properly say the little Prince's name.

According to Time, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge announced their new royal baby’s name is officially Louis Arthur Charles, but how should royal fans pronounce the new royal baby name when they’re breathlessly talking about him? Over in France, Louis is pronounced Lou-EE. The American way: Lou-ISS.

"The 's' in His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Cambridge’s royal baby name is silent, and we should all be saying his name the French way," reported People.

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