With these two online tools, you can get a royal moniker of your own.

By Lisa Milbrand
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently announced the name of their first child: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. But did you know there's a whole slew of tools out there that can help you craft the perfect royal name for you or your baby?

USA Today has a tool that gives you your own little bit of pomp and circumstance. Simply enter your initials and sex, and it'll come back with a fancy little title for you. (Her Highness Magnolia The Mostly Victorious certainly has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? Especially when paired with my husband's title, The Sultan Leopold de la Noche.)

What’s more, CNN has a royal name generator to “celebrate Harry and Meghan’s new addition.” Choose your gender, name style preference (traditional or modern), and country of origin (the United Kingdom, a land far away, or a land far, far away). You’ll get a catchy regal moniker in no time!

Want more royal baby name coverage? You can read all about Baby Sussex’s unexpected name here, and find out why Prince George might’ve spilled the beans months ago!

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