After taking a beating in the media for registering the matching .com domain name of the Royal Baby GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com it seems the Royal’s don’t want the domain even for free.
In a message sent from Buckingham Palace to Luc Biggs of of key-domains.com they politely declined to take the domain name for free.
The wording of the response is pretty much to the effect that the Royal’s gave to ibtimes.co.uk, where A spokesman for Kensington Palace said: “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.”
So now that Luc was called a cybersquatter by a lot of news outlets and bloggers it seems the Royal have no interest in the domain name I think Luc is free to do whatever he wants with the domain include parking it, selling it or developing it into a site.
What do you think?
What would you do with this domain now that the Royal Family has told Luc they have no interest in the domain?