The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could be welcoming their little girl any day now if our calculations are correct.
So naturally, we're flocking to suss out all the details we can possibly find - first and foremost, the name of the new baby Sussex.
Interestingly for us, Harry and Meghan haven't been shy about telling people their favourite girl names - it just requires a little jogging of the memory.
As pointed out by PEOPLE, the Duke and Duchess' unexpected reveal of their favourite baby girl names dates right back to their first tour as a newly married couple.
While visiting Melbourne in 2018 while pregnant with her first baby, who turned out to be a boy named Archie, Meghan told a fan the name "Harriet" was a great name. We can't blame her, it's the female version of her husband's name.
While visiting Brikenhead in 2018, Meghan also played around with the name "Amy".
A seven-year-old spoke to the Duchess at the time and later told media, "I asked her whether she would call her baby Amy if she has a girl, and she said, 'That's a really pretty name, I like it. We'll have to think about it.' "
According to PEOPLE, Meghan also showed interest in the name "Lily".
Throughout Meghan's pregnancy, the bookies have shown several other key names in the running.
Diana, Isabella and Grace are just some of the names that royal fans reckon the Duke and Duchess will go with, but another moniker got added to the mix after the death of Prince Philip in April.
Yep, Philippa (the female version of Philip) is also in the running to be the one singled out by the expecting parents.
So which will they choose? Well, that's still anyone's guess - stay tuned, you'll hear it here as soon as we know.