Prince William may have dropped a huge clue as to what he and wife Kate Middleton named their third child.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a son on Monday morning in London, England, and while she and William posed for photos with the baby just hours after the delivery, they have yet to disclose the baby's name.
However, on Wednesday, the Duke of Cambridge joined his brother, Prince Harry, and his future sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, at Westminster Abbey for the Anzac Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving, and answered a few telling questions about the new addition to his family.
While greeting those at the event, the father of three was overheard by reporters talking about his newborn son. When asked how the baby was doing, William replied, "Very well, thanks."
"Sleeping’s going reasonably well so far, so he’s behaving himself, which is good," he added, noting that the child is "in good form, luckily."
As for the name of the baby, the 35-year-old royal was reportedly open to the suggestion of Alexander, which also happens to be his oldest son, Prince George's, middle name.
"Funny you should say that," William replied, before suggesting that Jerry is a "strong name."
It was expected that William and Kate would announce the name of their baby on Wednesday as they revealed the name of son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte two days after their births.
But still no name yet! In the meantime, here's a look at the Duke and Duchess introducing their son to the public: