Mere days after the birth of his third child, Prince William attended an Anzac Day service alongside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (who's the third wheel now, hey?).
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is currently on maternity leave, stayed home to look after the newborn Prince, whose name is yet to be revealed.
However, while at the service, many think Prince William might've hinted at the name of his second son during a conversation with Australia's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Alexander Downer.
"Have you thought of the name Alexander?" Downer quipped as he spoke to the Prince.
But it's William's response that has everyone talking: "Well it's funny you should say that," he said, before continuing: "It's a good name."
Though the name Alexander has been used by royals in the past - and Queen Elizabeth's middle name is Alexandra - until now, it has been considered an unlikely choice for the third royal baby's name, as the parents already used it as the middle name of their firstborn, Prince George.
Arthur, Albert, Philip and James have all been considered likely possibilities by bookmakers.