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Would a Royal Prince George be good for the city of Prince George?

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Royal watchers are waiting for their first glimpse of the baby boy born to Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and to learn the name of the child who is now third in line to the throne.

Oddsmakers say the safest bet for the new Royal baby's name is "George."  If this happens, the young Prince George will share a name with the city of Prince George in northern British Columbia.  Already, Twitter and Google searches are full of results of people speculating about the name, drowning out conversation about city of Prince George.

So would a royal Prince George be good or bad for the city of Prince George?  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata and Betsy Trumpener asks royal watchers Richard Fitzwilliams of London and Dan Davies of Fort St John, as well as Prince George mayor Shari Green.

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