Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Beatrice
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Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi became proud parents to a baby girl on Sept. 18. The older daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York welcomed her bundle of joy at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.

While Buckingham Palace was quick to reveal that the princess and her newborn were doing well, there wasn’t any disclosure pertaining to the royal baby’s name.

Roughly about two weeks since, and the royal couple continues to keep their baby girl’s name under wraps, hence piquing the interest of millions of fans the world over.

Curiosity aside, there has been a growing comparison with the Cambridges and the Sussexes, who barely took a few days to announce their children’s names. Speculations are also rife that if Beatrice intends on following in on her younger sister Eugenie’s footsteps -- the name reveal of Queen Elizabeth's twelfth great-granddaughter could just be a few days away!

A similar trend was observed in the case of Beatrice and Eugenie’s cousin Zara and her husband Mike Tindall, who chose to reveal the name of their second child Lena only nine days after her birth.

Beatrice’s and Mozzi’s newborn happens to be the fourth royal baby to have been born this year.

As cited on GoodToKnow, Beatrice’s young sister put out a heart-warming post on Instagram, congratulating her older sister on becoming a mother. The post read, “To my dearest Beabea and Edo,
Congratulations on your new angel. I can't wait to meet her and I'm so proud of you. We're going to have so much fun watching our children grow up. Love Euge. To my new niece, I love you already and think you're just awesome from the photos.. we're going to have so much fun together. Love your Auntie Euge”

Eugenie and Jack have always used Instagram to share important details of their lives—the name of their baby boy included. The royal couple’s son was born on Feb. 9, at the Portland Hospital in London.

History is laden with instances where royal baby names have been kept under wraps. The Queen refused to divulge Prince Charles’ moniker for a month after his birth in 1948. In a similar trend, Beatrice’s parents—The duke and duchess of the York themselves took about two weeks to confirm the princess’s name in the year of her birth 1988, Hello! reported.

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