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The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s chosen name for their son has been deemed too informal by some royal fans.

On the online forum site Quora, some royal fans shared their opinion on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son’s moniker, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The name is very different from the traditional monikers usually given to the members of the royal family.

Harry Kriewaldt, a student of European history, said that the name of the newest addition to the royal family is sort of informal but there could be a reason why this is so. He said that Archie Harrison will never be King and by the time Prince George is King, he could already be tenth in line to the throne.

“The chances of him becoming King are very slim, in other words. People in that situation have traditionally had a bit more leeway in the names they’ve been given (Zara Tindall and her daughters come to mind, but there are other further afield on the line of succession)… Archie’s a case in point,” he said.

Joost Kiefte, a graduate of Radboud University Nijmegen, said that Archie is a perfectly serviceable name but it’s not fit for a royal.

“Will the next one be called Trevor or Lucy if it’s a girl? Will we see Harry with Beckham-style tattoos and that obnoxious Hitlerjugend hairdo that seems to be all the rage next, and Meghan with a scouse brow (or does she already have that?),” he wrote.

Jessica Klarheden, who has been studying and following the royal family, said that name Archie is informal for the very reason that Prince Harry and Markle have been less formal. She said that the Duke of Sussex is not in direct succession to the throne.

But Ruth Ireland, a retired teacher, said that it is no one’s business what Prince Harry and Markle want to name their child. And the fact that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were all smiles during their first meeting could only suggest that they also approve of the young royal’s name.