Royal fever is in the air since the arrival of the new royal baby. Duchess Meghan has officially welcomed her second child, a baby daughter, with husband Prince Harry.

And while much fuss has been made about her beautiful name, Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, royal baby names have a long history of popularity.

Online shopping platform, OnBuy.com decided to dig into that history a little deeper, by finding out which royally inspired baby names have been the most popular.

To do this, they collated a list of names from the royal family’s line of succession and analysed Forebears.io to see which name were the most popular royal baby names across the globe.

The Duke and Duchess announced their new baby girl was born on Friday.

OnBuy.com reveals the most popular royally inspired male baby name is James, with an estimated 8,807,695 people bearing the name of the Earl of Wessex’s son, James, Viscount Severn.

In close second place is the name Peter, with an estimated 7,469,320 people sharing the same name as Princess Anne’s first born, Peter Phillips.

In third place is the name William with 6,351,385 people across the globe bearing the same name as the Duke of Cambridge.

In fourth place with 4,948,767 results is the name Charles and in fifth place with 4,592,330 results is Mark.

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OnBuy.com can reveal the most popular royally inspired female baby name is Elizabeth, with a 6,028,529 bearing the name of the Queen of England.

Placing second is the name Sarah, with an estimated 4,826,386 also sharing the same name as the Duchess of York.

In third place is Diana, with an estimated 3,553,640 globally bearing the name of the late Princess of Wales.

In fourth place with 2,909,605 results is the name Catherine and in fifth place with 2,542,114 results is Anne.

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