The Royal Baby Already Has A Title, And It’s A Long One

The precious bambino of Kate Middleton and Prince William is already getting the royal treatment, and he or she isn't even due until this Saturday! The paparazzi have been camped outside of St. Mary's hospital for almost a week, and today, they and the rest of the world are getting a little something to chew on until an easel outside of Buckingham Palace reveals the baby's sex after Kate gives birth. Buckingham Palace gave the yet-to-be-named baby their official title: His or Her Royal Highness the Prince or Princess of Cambridge. Whew! That'll be fun writing in grade school.
It's not terribly new news, since this child's parents are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but this is believed to be the first-ever Prince or Princess of Cambridge, according to E! Online. But that's all the info we have for now. It could take weeks after birth and the sex announcement for us to learn what they named the Prince or Princess. Experts (because being a name expert is apparently a thing in Britain) have their ideas, but nothing's for sure. One thing we're pretty confident about, however, is that there will be no directional, food, or celestial phenomena related to the name. They could surprise us, though. We'd love to see those name experts decipher something like Surrey East Plum. (Business Insider)

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