LONDON - Reports coming out of Buckingham Palace state that Queen Elizabeth has expressed her displeasure at the names that her granddaughter-in-law, Kate Middleton has chosen for her and Prince William's baby-to-be.
According to Brompton Boxgrove with London's Tickety Boo News Agency the queen has stated that she feels the names Bubba and Lulu are not appropriate names for royalty.
She reportedly texted her grandson and suggested that he and Kate come up with two other names or else she will be one very unhappy queen.
Prince William allegedly told her that he promised Kate that she could name the baby and that whatever name she decides on would be perfectly acceptable to him.
The queen then called up Kate and expressed the fact that she did not like either name.
Kate replied that her sister Pippa thinks both names are excellent.
The Duchess of Cambridge then informed her grandmother-in-law that she received an email from Simon Cowell stating that he absolutely loves the names she has chosen.
SIDENOTE: Tickety Boo News spoke with the long time resident of Buckingham Palace and asked her what names she would like for her future great grandson or great granddaughter. Lizzy, as Ricky Gervais calls her, remarked that she would prefer the names Sebastian or Sophie.