THE HAGUE, Netherlands, April 13 (UPI) -- It's another girl for the Netherlands' Prince Willem-Alexander, who went to the old city hall of The Hague on Friday to register his third child's birth.
The girl, born Tuesday, was named Ariane Wilhelmina Maxima Ines and will be called Ariane, Expatica reported.
The prince and Princess Maxima also gave the baby's two older sisters names beginning with the letter "A" -- Amalia and Alexia.
Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende and Councilor of State Herman Tjeenk Willink were present when the crown prince registered the birth. Deputy mayor Jetta Klijnsma presided over the registration.