British royals welcome new baby

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Prince William and pregnant Kate Middleton have not yet officially revealed the name of their third child, or whether it is a boy or girl.

Mere days before the royal baby is due (or so the signs are suggesting), bookies have released their latest figures for the most popular baby names. "...or Jackie", he added after a brief pause.

Middleton and William are already parents to son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte.

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It is expected that Kate will give birth at the end of the month.

Let's keep in mind though that if William and Kate are following their own tradition, they themselves do not even know what they're having - as they chose NOT to find out for George and Charlotte. It is also possible that the baby could share a birthday with one of its relations - its great grandmother the Queen will be 92 on April 21, and older sister Charlotte turns three on May 2.

The new baby will become fifth in line to the throne of England upon its arrival, bumping uncle Prince Harry to sixth in line.

The decision applies to worldwide and local politicians alike, meaning close-to-home members of government like British Prime Minister Theresa May, as well as across-the-pond figures like U.S. President Donald Trump, will not be receiving an invite to the royal wedding.