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Make Way For Another Royal Baby! Zara Phillips Welcomes An Heiress To The Throne [UPDATED]

PUBLISHED ON 01/17/2014

Updated January 23: Zara and Mike announced that they've chosen Mia Grace for baby girl's name.

Bless those Brits! Earlier this morning, Buckingham Palace announced that there was another royal baby born, this time to  Zara Philipps and her husband, Mike Tindell. The baby is the first for the proud mum, who's Prince William's first cousin and Godmother to  Prince George.

The royal babe, who's name has yet to be announced, weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces at birth and is 16th in line for the throne. She was born at Glouchestershire Royal Hospital and a statement from the palace read, "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Princess Royal, Captain Mark Phillips and Mike's parents, Mr. Phillip and Mrs. Linda Tindall, have been informed and are delighted with the news. The baby's name will be confirmed in due course." They forgot to add how excited the original Royal Baby himself, Prince George, is to have a gurgling, drooling and crawling partner in crime!

Some name suggestions for Baby Girl Tindell? Well, we couldn't resist, so here are a few of our most Favourable Favourites:

Andrea — in honor of Prince Andrew

Alexandra — because it sounds regal and royal

Annie — in honor of Zara's mother, Anne

Beatrice  — after Princess Beatrice of York

Catherine — in honor of Kate Middleton (duh!)

Diana — as a nod to William's late mother, Princess Diana

Elizabeth — in honor of the baby's great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth

Georgina — as a playful nod to baby's king-to-be cousin, Prince George

Loretta — because it kind of sounds like our very own Royal Aficionado (and creative director! and Queen of our Common Hearts), Louri, and is very classical

Mary — in honor of Queen Mary I and II

Michaela — as a nod to daddy's name

Victoria — in honor of Queen Victoria

Zelda — as a nod to mom's moniker

How did you choose a name for your daughter?

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