|Unusually no signature to this royal announcement|
The announcement of the birth of a new 'Earl of Dunbarton' for May 6th 2019, came at 2.00pm UK time, with a Palace Statement, followed by a Twitter post approx. one hour later. It stated that the half blue-blood baby was born at 5.26am - This caused some confusion within the media outlets, many not understanding that the birth had taken place hours prior to the announcement from the Palace about the Duchess of Sussex going 'into labour'... the majority of royal correspondents on Sky News and BBC sent into a frenzy asking why it wasn't announced earlier?!
|Adrian Dunbar in 'The Hollow Crown'... I think you know where I'm going with this don't you?|
However, Adrian is now the hottest property on TV in the UK. He recently joked to a less than modest Piers Morgan while being interviewed by him for breakfast television that, 'I'm the biggest TV star... this week!'
So the name 'Dunbar' has literally been on everyone's lips for a while now.
|A portrait of the 1st Earl of Dunbarton|
|Prince Harry 2nd Earl of Dunbar ton, beaming outside some Windsor Castle stable and barn, no manger in sight however!|
Dunbar family name in ancient Scotland, they lived in the barony of Dunbar on the North Sea coast near Edinburgh. The place name comes from the Gaelic words dùn, meaning "a fort," and barr, meaning "top," or "summit."
Dumbarton comes from the Scottish Gaelic Dùn Breatainn meaning "fort of the Britons". ... By the 18th century the names "County of Dunbarton" and "County of Dumbarton" were used interchangeably.