Kate Middleton will reportedly always be linked to Queen Elizabeth II not because she will also become Queen or Queen Consort one day.

According to Express, the Duchess of Cambridge has always shared one thing with Her Majesty even before she dated Prince William. The public knows the Duchess of Cambridge as Catherine or Kate. But the 37-year-old’s full name is actually Catherine Elizabeth Middleton.

As such, the Queen and Middleton share the same name with each other. And after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were blessed with a daughter, they also gave her the name Elizabeth.

Princess Charlotte’s full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. The 4-year-old’s third name is inspired by her late grandmother, Princess Diana.

And according to the publication, three generations from the Middleton family are known as Elizabeth. The mom of three’s mother, Carole Middleton, is also an Elizabeth.

Elizabeth is a name that is derived from a form of the Hebrew moniker, Elisheva, which means “My God is an oath.”

Meanwhile, it is also possible that Princess Charlotte’s name was inspired by her aunt, Pippa Middleton. The tennis enthusiast’s full name is Philippa Charlotte. But she is most commonly known as Pippa.

Prince William and Middleton’s two other children’s full names are Prince George Alexander Louis. Prince Louis’ full name is Louis Arthur Charles.

The third in line to the throne was named after the late royal, King George VI. George is also one of Prince Charles’ middle names. Alexander is also inspired by the Queen’s Alexandra name.

Louis, on the other hand, is reportedly inspired by Prince Philip’s uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten. Charles is, of course, taken from Prince Louis’ grandfather.

Prince Charles’ full name is Charles Philip Arthur George, which means that Prince Louis shares two names with his grandfather. Philip is inspired by the name of Prince Charles’ dad, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton visit King's College to officially open Bush House, the latest education and learning facilities on the Strand Campus on March 19, 2019 in London. Photo: Getty Images/Paul Grover