Prince William And Kate Middleton Launch A Webpage For Royal Baby #3 Ahead Of Birth

Date March 20, 2018

Duchess Catherine will welcome her third bundle of joy soon. And while giving birth, she is likely to break some of the historical rules the royals have to follow. Actually, she already did that during her previous pregnancies.


First, Kate prefers to give birth at a hospital rather than at home. Second, despite all the privacy issues, she broke royal protocol by announcing the birth of her son George on the Twitter account of Kensington House.


And this time, the newborn will have its own webpage!

Ahead of the birth, the Queen's grandson and his wife created a webpage that is dedicated to the baby. On, they promise to share updates and news about the addition to the family.

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It is expected that the duchess will give birth on a St. George’s Day – April 23. And if the kid is late, she can make it a special anniversary present to her husband, as the two tied the knot seven years ago, on April 29.


Of course, there have been many rumors and speculations as to the gender of the baby. Initially, people thought Kate was expecting another girl. But when she attended two royal events dressed all in blue, they changed their mind.


And since Catherine’s bump is bigger compared to her previous pregnancies, the royal couple could be expecting twins!

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