Will Royal Baby No. 2 be a girl? And if so, will she be named Alice?
According to a recent influx of bets, Kate Middleton and Prince William will call their new bundle of joy Alice when the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge gives birth in the coming weeks.
Kate and William on March 27, 2015.
A slew of gamblers in Tonbridge, England have reportedly placed wagers up to $500 on the adorably traditional name. Though the group admitted they do not have any inside information regarding the gender of Kate's second child, three-quarters of recent bets placed on the royal baby predict the tot will be a girl.
"The support for Alice is relentless, and we've been left with no option but to take the scissors to the odds," Jessica Bridge, a spokeswoman for British gaming company Ladbrokes, said in a new interview.
William and Kate with Prince George in July 2014.
In addition to Alice, fans of the monarchy are also reportedly predicting Kate, 33, and William, 32, will name their child Elizabeth, Charlotte or Victoria (if it's a girl) and Arthur or James (if it's a boy).
Only time will tell whether Prince George will have a little brother or sister — and we can't wait to find out!
'People' first reported this story.