We’re all eagerly anticipating the day that Kate and Wills announce the news of a Royal pregnancy, and now it looks like we might even know what day their child will be born on thanks to recent predictions.
A team of experienced historians from genesreunited.co.uk, the family history website, have predicted the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child.
Kate and Will's Royal baby will be born on the 27th August 2013. Yes, we’re freaked out too.
The group of historians have been analysing birth and marriage records of the Royal family for the past 100 years, and the website has calculated that 851 days is the average period between a Royal wedding and the arrival of a Royal baby.
That means that Kate and Wills will conceive their first-born at around Christmas time of this year. Looks like they’ll be having a merry one!
Rhoda Breakell, head of genesreunited.co.uk, said: “There’s certainly been a lot of speculation about when the arrival of a Royal baby might be; the bookies are even taking bets on names.
‘’William and Kate have spoken about their desire to start planning for a family, so make sure that you put the 27th August 2013 in your diaries, we have a good feeling about this one!”
And being Royals, Rhoda wonders whether the couple will stick to traditional names like Henry or Elizabeth, or venture out because of Kate's 'commoner' background.
She said: ''It'll be interesting to see if William and Kate choose a modern name or a more traditional one like their ancestors before them. Royal weddings and royal births are big events, so one thing we can be sure of is there will be a national celebration when Baby Windsor does arrive.'' Ch'yeah!!
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