According to the owner of the domain name GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com, the domain is getting around 7,500 Unique visitors a day.
Moreover in a comment to TheDomains.com on a post we wrote about Royal Baby names being registered just minutes after the Royal Baby’s name was announced, the Owner of the domain name, Luc-Andre Biggs of of key-domains.com said:
“I’ll probably end up donating it to the Royal Family on my next trip to London”.
I’m not exactly sure of why you have to wait to donate the domain to the Royal Family until you go to London unless you think the Royals are going to open up Buckingham Palace to you where the Mother Queen will knight you for your duty to the homeland.
With hundreds of mainstream publications already out there labeling Luc as a cybersquatter, (here is just one as an example) donating the domain is not only the right thing to do but the smart thing to do.
As far as the proud parents which didn’t think of having one of the staff of the Royal Family registered matching domain names before announcing the name of Royal Baby, A spokesman for Kensington Palace told ibtimes.co.uk, “Prince George’s online presence will come under the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s website until he is an adult, so there was no need to register a domain name just yet. We have our own suite of domain names that we are happy with.”
I wonder which ones since every conceivable domain matching the Royal Baby name including formal titles are now long gone.
Seems like a Royal Failure to us.
The domain name GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com which was just a few days ago already has an Alexa Ranking of 3.5 Million worldwide.