Prince William Might've Just Dropped A Major Hint About The Royal Baby

Prince William Might've Just Dropped A Major Hint About The Royal Baby

It seems Kate Middleton, 36, COULD be pregnant with a baby boy after Prince William, 35, accidentally let something telling slip while attending a sporting event in England.

After the birth, Kensington Palace will follow strict protocol steeped in tradition, with a few new-age action items thrown in for good measure.

The new baby will be fifth in line to the throne, after its grandfather, father and older siblings, Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two.

The British royal family is having a rather hectic spring.

However, as Kate only hung up her royal engagement shoes at the end of March, experts say she is likely to give birth at the end of the month.




Kate and William will celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary on April 29, after tying the knot in 2011.

Obviously we can't be sure until Kate gives birth and the palace officially announces the gender soon after, but fans are already declaring the unborn child must be a little prince!

One thing's for sure: the child won't be named George or Charlotte.

If the royal baby is a boy and is named Philip, there's no doubt it would be a nod to William's grandfather, The Duke of Edinburgh, 96, who retired his public duties a year ago and recently underwent a hip replacement.

Princess Charlotte will turn three on May 3, and may end up spending the day with a dash to The Lindo Wing at St Mary's hospital after blowing out her candles.

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