British RoyalsThe Cambridges

Princess Charlotte makes history as younger brother will not jump ahead of her in line of succession

Two-year-old Princess Charlotte (who celebrates her third birthday on 2 May) has made history today. For the first time in the British Royal Family, a younger brother will not jump ahead of an older sister in the line of succession to the British throne. Charlotte will remain fourth-in-line ahead of her newborn baby brother who was born this morning in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in…
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Royal Baby Name Focus: Alice

Haven’t we been here before? As the arrival of baby Cambridge number three closes in, so do the odds on a new princess being called Alice. Ahead of the birth of Princess Charlotte, the A name was in the frame as top pick for a baby girl and we all know how that one ended. However, that hasn’t stopped Alice being among the bookies’ favourites should the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcome…
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Royal Wedding has no effect on Australians wanting a Republic

Nothing seems to raise the profile of the monarchy like babies and weddings, or at least that is how it once was. A market research company, Research Now, polled 1,000 Australians on if they wanted to become a republic. Despite the excitement surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in May, 52% wanted to become a republic, 22% wanted the monarchy, and 25% were undecided. Those…
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