On a royal engagement Tuesday the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge’s may have let slip that she and Prince William are expecting a baby girl. The Duchess was greeted by well-wishers and when presented with a teddy bear, Kate Middleton said, “Thank you, I’ll take that for my d…,” stopping herself before saying anything further. But a royal watcher with a keen ear asked the Duchess if she was going to say “daughter.” Middleton replied, “We’re not telling," The Telegraph reported on March 5.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child is due in July, and will one day be either king or queen of the United Kingdom. Royal watchers all over the world are on pins and needles, waiting for just one tiny clue to the sex of the royal baby. Precedent dictates that the sex of royal babies is never announced in advance.
The Duchess of Cambridge did reveal that the royal baby has been kicking quite a bit. When asked if the baby was moving around or kicking, Kate replied, “Yes it is, very much so.
Worldwide bets have been taken on the sex of the royal baby, what the Duke and Duchess will name their baby, and the due date of the future monarch. The late Princess Diana, Prince William’s mother, was born on July 1, 1961, and many royal watchers predict if the heir to the British throne is a girl and born on what would have been her grandmother’s fifty-second birthday, the couple will include the name Diana in the child’s name.
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