Britain’s Prince William and his beautiful wife Kate have named their son George Alexander Louis (and you thought two first names was confusing). George Alexander was also the name of an English actor who lived from June 19, 1858 to March 15, 1918. But I digress.
It’s not readily apparent why the swaddler has raised such a fuss all over the world, but it is probably good thing that his parents only waited one day to name him. They could have kept the world in suspense for much longer. But did they even name him? Perhaps it was what they were told to name him? Digressing again.
With all the global focus on the new prince, who is now the third in line to Britain’s throne, perhaps it is time to consider holding a global event in London? Whether it is a global event or a baby naming event, there is an easy way to find conference venues in London. VenueFinder.com is a great place to research, decide on and book venues in London and many other locations around the world.
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