LONDON (Reuters Life!) – Kate is likely to be one of the most popular names for baby girls born in Britain next year following the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton, an ancestry website predicted Thursday.
Ancestry.co.uk found that 230 million birth and marriage records dating from 1837 revealed a royal wedding naming pattern which saw popularity for names of princesses rise dramatically in the years they married.
"We have scoured millions of our records and found that every time there is a royal wedding, parents rush to name their new-born daughters after the princess," the site's International Content Director Dan Jones said in a statement.
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