Google has just reported that the number of people who are searching female royal baby terms has doubled in the past few months.
According to search giant Google, there has been a 45% increase of people who are frantically asking Google whether Kate Middleton is pregnant with a baby girl.
Both Prince William and Kate have not yet confirmed on whether or not they will be having a boy or a girl even though Kate is expected to deliver by the end of April.
In addition to people searching on whether or not the Duchess of Cambridge is having a boy or a girl, Google is reporting that the last 48 hours has seen a spike in the number of people who are searching for possible names of the baby in an event that she is a girl.
Search terms which have been used frequently in many countries are “Royal baby Diana” and “Kate baby Diana.”
While speaking to Express.co.uk, Google’s Laurian Clemence said that, “we are seeing some interesting search activity leading up to the birth of the second Royal baby, including frenzied searches around name and gender predictions.
"Of these, there are almost 50 percent more searches on Google around Royal baby girl than a boy, and of these, the name 'Diana' has spiked across the globe just over the last week."
The top possible names for the baby, according to what people around the world are searching on Google are: