Just hours before it was announced to the public, a Swiss man got the name of the royal baby registered as a website address.
According to Swiss weekly Handelszeitung, Luc-Andre Biggs, after consulting a list of possible combinations used by bookmakers in Britain, got georgealexanderlouis.com registered on Wednesday morning, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
AdvertisementThe 32-year-old's company, Key Domains, has flourished by guessing the addresses of websites, which have the potential to become popular before selling them on to his clients.
The current registration has added another address to the 600 that Biggs already owns.
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