How William & Kate's Future Daughter Could Be Queen!

Tue, April 19, 2011 7:00pm EDT by 2 Comments

A British politician is trying to overthrow an old-fashioned law that would stop William & Kate’s firstborn daughter becoming Queen!

Under the current law, Britain only gets a Queen if the monarch fails to produce a male heir. The eldest son becomes king, even if he has an older sister!

But things could all change by the time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge start creating their own little heirs — if leading politician Nick Clegg gets his way.

Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, says, ‘If Prince William and Catherine Middleton were to have a baby daughter as their first child, I think most people would think it’s perfectly fair and normal that she would eventually become Queen.”

But still, William and Kate’s first-born baby will have a while to wait before they get the keys to Buckingham Palace. Wills’ dad Prince Charles is next in line for the throne, followed by William himself!

Now they’re married, newlyweds have to get busy, making some heirs!

– Ian Garland

Get more on William & Kate:

  1. Victoria Beckham Is Stressing About Being Hugely Pregnant At The Royal Wedding!
  2. Prince William And Kate Middleton’s Baby Bridesmaids — Meet The Royal Wedding Party!
  3. Prince William Just Got Engaged — But He’s Already Thinking About Babies!

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Jeannie

Posted at 11:58 AM on May 3, 2011  

I think that the Royal Wedding was the main reason for William and Kate to have an heir, after all they have known each other for eight years and also have been living together.
If their first born is a girl so she should be a future queen, all this Male preference is too Victorian.
King Henry the V111 and Ann Boleyn produced our “Good Queen Bess” although not without it’s tribulations as her mother was beheaded to make it eventually so!

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Bucky

Posted at 6:45 PM on April 29, 2011  

BION I’m ipsmresed! Cool post!

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