All the world is gaga over the royal baby prince George. And it took the Duke (William) and Duchess (Catherine) a while to decide on a name for their child. What does the name George Alexander Louis mean in numerological terms? Numerologists look at the letters and their number vibrations to decipher.
As you can see from the chart below, the full name George Alexander Louis has the soul number and expression number of 1 and the value systems of 9. This gives the young prince a strong leadership quality (the 1) with a value of compassion for the world (the 9). He will be strong in his convictions. Good thing for a potential king, perhaps challenging for his parents.
Breaking it down further, we look at the name George. This name has a soul number of 7 (the non-conformist and spiritual being), with a value system number of 5 (energetic, likes to be around people and have fun) and a 3 expression number (creativity in every form of self expression—art, music, writing and speaking). So the name George is a personality that is unique and full of creative expression. Of course, the choice was not a surprise, as there have been six King Georges in the history of Great Britain.
Will the Baby Prince George have a last name?
According to BBC, it is not necessarily required to have a last name in royalty. He will be called Prince George of Cambridge. Oh well, I guess he will not have a traditional life like you and I. 🙂
As Prince George of Cambridge, the young royal name has a warm vibe. A 6 in his soul number gives him a trusting, friendly, compassionate connection with his family, friends and country. His value system of 4 is organized and resourceful in his outlook. And again his expression of 1 is the leader. So it is looking good for England as the potential new king takes on his first baby coos on this planet.
But what if I do not like my name?
I have often been asked about choosing a baby name or changing your given name. Yes, your parents are inspired to give you a name, but it is not written in stone. So don’t worry, if you pick a name for your child, and it does not suit them, there is good chance everyone will end up calling them by a nickname or even changing their name altogether when they grow up.
Perfect example is Prince Henry of Wales, commonly known as Prince Harry. Although Henry is creative (3) in his soul, a powerful arbitrator (22) in his value systems, and a compassionate (6) in his expression, obviously it was not sufficient for his personality. Harry is a far more outgoing and charismatic (8) vibration with a unique (7) self-expression number.
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“Really interesting to read about the new little princes name. it seems he may have characteristics of his grandma princess Diana!”