Duchess of Sussex Meghan is reported to have given birth to a boy yesterday.

Prince Harry announced the birth of his first child yesterday, and confirmed both his child and wife Meghan were doing well – but there has still not been an announcement on the name.

The baby boy was born at 5.26am and weighed 7lb 3oz.

Despite official announcements of the birth, by both Prince Harry and Buckingham Palace, the name and any pictures of the baby, who will have a dual American and English citizenship, along with mother Meghan have yet to be released.

Harry and Meghan attend Christmas Day service in Sandringham. Credit: Mark Jones

Arthur, Alexander, James, Albert and Phillip are the current top picks with bookmakers for the royal baby name.

We hit the streets of Nottingham to see what you thought.

Akari Chung, 22, of Goldsmith Street in the city, said: “I follow some of their stuff online and I think it’ll be Albert or maybe Henry.”

Helen Gibson, 64, of Bulwell, added: “I think it’ll be Albert or Charles, something traditional like that.”

Jonathan Thomas, 28, of Sherwood, added: “I think it’s a royal so they should keep it traditional.”

However, some people thought the couple, who have gone against many royal traditions so far, could go for a more unusual name.

Suzanne Hayes, 67, also of Bulwell, said: “I think they’ll have something more unusual, like one of those American names.

“I don’t really care. It’s not like he’ll ever be king. They could call it Leroy it’s really their own business.”

Jack O’Connell, 72, of West Bridgford, added: “It’s like Eugenie, at the time that was very unusual but you get used to it.

“Whatever they call it people will get used to it, as long as they don’t call it Boris.”

Whether an Albert or Leroy the royal baby will have a special connection to Nottingham as Harry and Meghan’s first visit to Nottingham after their engagement was to the city in 2018.