Following the fallout to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s latest controversy , the naming of their second child Lilibet Diana – the intimate nickname used to address Queen Elizabeth by her grandfather King George V, father King George VI, husband Prince Philip and a few close relatives – we look at a few other royal names that strayed from tradition, causing a few raised eyebrows at the time. Kate Middleton’s best fashion looks this month Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor Team Sussex struck again: the duke and duchess’ choice of name for their first born Archie Harrison, now aged two, blindsided most bookies whose odds veered towards more classic royal names. Expedia collated a list of the most popular British royal names of the past 200 years and the top five are Albert (No 1 with 12 uses), George (10), Charles (eight), Edward (seven) and Christian (five). It was not too surprising that the royal rebels chose to go against tradition though. Archie means “archer” and Harrison means “son of Harry”. And if Prince Charles becomes king, Harry and Meghan’s son might just become the first Prince Archie. August Philip Hawke Brooksbank View this post on Instagram A post shared by Princess Eugenie (@princesseugenie) Princess Eugenie – daughter of the queen’s second son Prince Andrew and his former wife Sarah Ferguson – and her husband Jack Brooksbank chose the name August for their first born in February this year . Although August might sound like a modern name, he is actually named after Augustus, the middle name of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband. Of his middle names, Philip is for his great-grandfather Prince Philip , of course, and Hawke is in honour of his paternal ancestor Reverend Edward Hawke Brooksbank. Why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may never get back into the royal family Savannah and Isla Phillips Queen Elizabeth’s first grandson Peter Phillips named his little ones Savannah and Isla; Savannah, 10, means “open plain” and Isla, aged nine, means “island”. Grandchildren to Princess Anne, they are 18th and 19th in line to the British throne. These names are another departure from more traditional options; Expedia’s most common royal female names over the past few centuries are Victoria (No 1, nine uses), Mary (seven), Louise (six), Alexandra (six) and Elizabeth (five). Zara Tindall Arguably one of the first rebels to break ranks from classic royal names, the queen’s daughter Princess Anne named her only daughter Zara in 1981. Although the name Zara is common in the UK, it was not among the royals. Zara means “flower” or “princess” and it was her uncle Prince Charles who helped choose the name. How do you speak to Queen Elizabeth and other British royals? Lena Tindall The daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall and great-granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, Lena (she turns three on June 18), pronounced “lay-na”, means “she that allures” in Latin and “sunlight” in Greek. Her mother Zara told the British press that she and her husband originally wanted to name her Elena, but they realised her initials would have been E.T., so they decided on Lena. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .