From shunning the signature birth location of London's Lindo Wing to choosing a wholly unexpected moniker for their first born son, Archie Harrison, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are determined to do things their own way, come what may.
See adorable Archie's first moment in the spotlight HERE:
But while headstrong H & M might be regarded as the black sheep of The Firm, their unusual choice of royal baby name rather pales in comparison to the unique title bestowed on another member of the Windsor family.
Marina Ogilvy, the rebellious daughter of the Queen's first cousin Princess Alexandra of Kent, welcomed her first child in 1990 and gave the little girl a very unconventional name: Zenouska.
The name was derived from the cult book Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and Eno after pop musician, Brian Eno, Daily Mail reports.
The first royal birth outside wedlock in 90 years, Marina - then 26th in line to the British throne - caused multiple controversies with her scandalous behaviour including posing for a fetish magazine in a crown and rubber jumpsuit surrounded by corgis, an apparent insult to Queen Elizabeth.
Sarah Ferguson with daughter Princess Eugenie (right) and Zenouska Mowatt (left)
Generally speaking, royal names are passed down from one generation to the next and carry some form of historical significance.
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