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All the Things We Know About the Next Royal Baby

A royal baby is coming! We repeat, a royal baby is coming! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge the upcoming arrival of their third child on September 4, 2019, and the world could not be more excited. While Kate Middleton is only a few months into her pregnancy, here's everything we know so far about the Prince George and Princess Charlotte's future playmate.

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Potential names include Alice, Victoria and James.

Betting sites already released odds on the future royal's official moniker. Heavy favorites include Alice (the name of Queen Victoria's second daughter and Prince Philip's grandmother), Elizabeth, Victoria and Alexandra for a baby girl. Potential male picks include James, Albert and Alfred. These suggestions follow the royal tradition of honoring past monarchs and relatives. Of course, royal babies usually receiveat leastthree names, but no surnames.

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Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on the last day of their official visit to Poland and Germany on July 21, 2019.
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The Duchess is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum again.

Just like her previous two pregnancies, Kate Middleton is experiencing an extreme form of morning sickness known as hyperemesis gravidarum (HG). Symptoms include severe vomiting, constant nausea, dehydration and weight loss. The condition afflicts roughly 2% of all expecting mothers, and it put Kate in the hospital during her first pregnancy.

Prince William recently revealed that they've tried at least one popular home remedy to help curb the nausea: ginger biscuits. But while the spice-filled cookies sound like a delicious treat, they aren't helping Kate as much as they hoped. "There's not much ginger can do to stop that," he said of her illness. "We've done all that."

While she's experiencing some serious discomfort now, the Duchess should feel better soon. The sickness usually subside around the second trimester, and Kate's already scheduled her first public appearance since the announcement for October 10.

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The baby will arrive in the spring.

Most expecting parents share the happy news around the twelfth week of pregnancy, but the Duchess's illness likely affected the timing of the announcement. Kensington Palace made a statement only after Kate's hyperemesis gravidarum forced her to miss an official engagement. That likely places the due date some time between March and May.

The birth might take place at home.

In addition to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, both Prince William and Prince Harry came into the world at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London. The spot is known for its extreme privacy — even Amal Clooney gave birth there!

But despite royal history, the rumor mill is churning out speculation that Kate Middleton would like to give birth at Kensington Palace this time around. Instead of facing hundreds of paparazzi outside of the maternity ward, she could introduce the baby to George and Charlotte within the privacy of her own home.

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leave the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London with Princess Charlotte.
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In fact, an unnamed source claims that Kate even requested to have a home birth the last time she was pregnant. "The Duchess knew it wasn't possible for her first baby to be born at home, but she asked for a home birth for the second," the anonymous informant told theDaily Mail. "Officials and doctors thought it too risky. There was concern and in the end she decided against it."

But since her last two births went off without a hitch, insiders believe the Duchess has a better chance of getting her wish this time around.

The new heir will change British succession history.

For the first time ever, the sex of the royal baby will not impact who's next in line for the throne. Thanks to the passage of the Succession to the Crown Act in 2013, male heirs don't take precedence over their sisters. That mean a baby boy can't "bump" Princess Charlotte from her spot at #4. However, Prince Harry will move down to sixth in line with the arrival of a new niece or nephew, along with the rest of the extended royal relatives.






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