The gender and name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby may have just been accidentally revealed by Buckingham Palace. Royal fans are convinced that Baby Sussex has already been born.

Lucy Domachowski, a journalist for Daily Star, revealed that three pages on the royal family’s official website have been reserved for a Prince Arthur, Prince James and Prince Alexander. Upon clicking the URL for each of the pages, the site returned to the main page.

But when visitors tried to access the other pages for the other names rumored for Prince Harry and Meghan’s baby, the website shows a “page not found” response. The three reserved pages are believed to be the biggest hint yet regarding the name and gender of the royal couple’s baby.

If this will be proven to be true, Prince Harry and Meghan will later on announce that they have a baby boy. And since royal children usually have lengthy names, their child could have a combination of the three traditional royal names: Arthur, James and Alexander.

However, some royal fans are also convinced that Meghan and Prince Harry will have a baby girl. After all, Prince Harry previously told royal fans that he hopes to have a daughter. And during Meghan’s lavish baby shower in New York, it was revealed that the entire room was adorned with pink decorations.

Unfortunately for royal fans, Meghan and Prince Harry announced earlier this month that they will not be announcing the birth of their baby to the public immediately. Rather, they will only do so after they have celebrated the arrival as a family.

As such, information about the baby’s name, gender, date of birth, weight and size and other details will only be unveiled in the coming weeks or months. Meghan has been on a break from her royal duties, and there are rumors that she will give birth at Frogmore Cottage.

Queen Elizabeth II was recently spotted arriving at Meghan and Prince Harry’s newly renovated home to visit the royal couple or to be present during her great-grandchild’s birth. Prince Harry is expected to tell his grandmother first when his baby arrives.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R), and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, leave after attending a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in central London, on March 11, 2019. Getty Images/Ben Stansall/AFP