As we eagerly await the birth of the royal baby, news of the baby boy or girl’s official royal title has been confirmed! Royal experts and insiders tell HollywoodLife.com what the bundle of joy will be named.
Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s baby is due any minute, and while the couple makes final preparations for their bundle of joy — and we all embark on the Great Kate Wait — we have confirmation on the royal baby’s official title!
Royal Baby’s Official Title Revealed
William and Kate were officially given new titles when they got married on April 29, 2011 — the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. And now, they’re ready for their little bundle of joy to recieve his or her official royal title.
The palace confirms the official title. A palace spokesperson tells HollywoodLife.com:
The baby will be called HRH Prince or Princess (name) of Cambridge. In the same way as HRH Prince William of Wales, and HRH Princess Beatrice of York. Please note, there is no definite article (no “the”) — the child will not be The Prince or Princess of Cambridge. Incidentally, Cambridge is a city.
The new title is not to be confused with The Prince or Princess of Cambridge, which is a different title. Robert Jobson, royal correspondent for NBC, explained.
“There is a difference,” he confirmed. “The baby will be called HRH Prince or Princess (name) of Cambridge.”
Queen Elizabeth ‘Would Very Much’ Like Baby To Arrive
While the world waits for the royal baby to arrive, Queen Elizabeth II revealed her eagerness for her great-grandbaby to arrive! She told schoolchildren at an an appearance in Lake Windermere in Cumbria on July 17:
I would very much like it to arrive. I’m going on holiday. No sign yet.
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