Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will most likely honor a particular royal if they will have a baby girl.

Royal commentator Camilla Tominey told the “Today Show” that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may call their child Philippa in honor of Prince Philip if they will have a girl. And since royal babies have more than one name, the royal couple may also include Doria as their daughter’s moniker.

The royal commentator also said that Diana may still be part of Markle and Prince Harry’s baby’s name even though it was also given to Princess Charlotte after she was born.

“Of course, Diana is in Princess Charlotte’s name and there is no reason why they couldn’t give Diana as a middle name. It is interesting that Victoria has been mentioned as this year marks the 200th anniversary of her birth so it has got historical significance… Again, a nod to Queen Elizabeth II could be in there as well,” she said.

Tominey also weighed in on Markle and Prince Harry’s claim that they do not know their baby’s gender. She said that Prince William and Kate Middleton also did the same thing during all three of the latter’s pregnancies.

“Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are saying that they don’t know but you know some parents say that when actually they do and they just don’t want to spoil the surprise. They say they are having a surprise and we will give them the benefit of the doubt,” she said.

Earlier this year, Markle was asked by royal fans if she knew the gender of her baby and she said no. But despite not knowing, royal fans and bookies are convinced that she will have a baby girl. One of the reasons has to do with the fact that Prince Harry once said that he hopes to have a daughter.

Markle and Prince Harry’s baby’s birth will be announced after the couple has celebrated the arrival privately as a family.

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Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave after a 'Fluro Friday' session run by OneWave, a local surfing community group who raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing, at Sydney's iconic Bondi Beach on October 19, 2018. Getty Images/Saeed Khan