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There’s Now A Website Dedicated To Will And Kate’s New Baby

Welcome to the Royal Family, where unborn members get their own websites before they’re old enough to scroll. While we’re all over here fumbling with Square Space, Royal Baby Number Three has Buckingham Palace at their mercy.

The arrival of Prince William and the Duchess Kate’s third child is about a month away — she’s due April 23 — and the couple already has a new webpage dedicated to the newest bundle of joy, set up on the royal family’s official website. The baby’s website, according to Hello! Magazine, promises to share updates about the new arrival as soon as they become available, in addition to the Kensington Palace Twitter account (not to be confused with the Royal Family Twitter account).

It was officially announced last September that Will and Kate were expecting their third child. The statement released from Kensington Palace read: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their third child. The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news.”

It’s no secret that Kate has been suffering through some serious morning sickness, a condition called Hyperemesis Gravidarum. She went through the same thing with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

As Kate nears her due date, the sex of the baby is still under wraps. Many believe it’s a girl, because Kate keeps wearing pink outfits. Plus, the way she’s carrying her baby (low and wide) suggests that she may be expecting another little princess, if you believe old wives tales.

The Mirror reports that when it comes to playing the odds, Mary is the favorite name for the new Royal, followed by Alice and Victoria. And if it’s a boy? Albert  and Arthur are the top bets.

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