It is finally time to forget about all the conspiracy theories of Baby Sussex that continued to be manifested by those seeking desperate media attention. With the royal birth officially announced on the morning of May 6, 2019, here in the states, we now know that the royal child is a Taurus boy, and hopefully not a royal bull.
After this writing, Harry and Meghan have not yet decided on the boy's name, which can open the doors to more conspiracy theories about those who create something unusual.
Let's look at the truth about why they haven't done this. Fortunately, there is plenty of logic to move on in the royal family.
The name reveals coming in a few days
Harry revealed they plan to announce Baby Sussex's name in a few days. Furthermore, he said they still decided on a name. But what happens if Harry and Meghan choose to wait longer than two days? It's more than understandable why they haven't cogitated on a name, despite probably having the time to.
When you see all the chaos that they have had to participate in in the past year, it is strange that they had time to even think of the simplest tasks. They have probably spent more time on safety at Frogmore Cottage (besides the moving time), plus strategizing how they will surpass a perpetually ravaged paparazzi.
While some might think that Harry was joking they didn't have a name selected, the above reasons and more are likely why. Everyone should give them more time to think about the name given that it will be part of future history.
What's a name?
It is probably obvious to quote Shakespeare's "What in a name?" Quote from Romeo & Juliet. As much as Bill Shakespeare understood the meaning of names, Harry and Meghan obviously know that the name Baby Sussex will be the most important in the entire Windsor line.
There is no hyperbole to the term Baby Sussex is already the most famous baby in the world. Being a boy also makes it problematic, as there have been many famous royalty with common male British names that today's royal would like to forget.
For those who hoped they would have a girl and name her Diana, some girl names are now thrown into the air. It is also not possible to give a manual version of the name Diana, unless they went with Daniel as a variation. We even suggested that they can use Diana's surname (Spencer).
Based on sharp clues, it is possible that they will reflect on two royal names that are usually associated with positive history.