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Royal Central readers overwhelmingly believe Baby Sussex will be a girl



In an exclusive poll conducted by Royal Central, our readers were asked what they thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have: girl, boy or twins.

In total, 706 people took part in our Twitter poll with 69% believing the baby will be a girl. Those of the opinion the baby will be a boy took up 20%. Additionally, 11% of the respondents think there will be two babies.

Some of you also sent your comments sharing your opinions that it would be a girl and “the cutest baby ever”. No doubt the excitement continues to build as the wait for Baby Sussex continues!

Didn’t get to vote in our poll? Share your thoughts in our comments or on social media.

The child is due any day, and Harry and Meghan have opted for a private birth. So, there will be no glare of the media outside the hospital doors while the Duchess is giving birth. It will be announced when she is in labour, and the birth of the child will then be announced after the family has had time to celebrate as a family.

Unlike the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children at the Lindo Wing in London, royal watchers won’t be tuned into a live feed of those famous Lindo Wing doors in anticipation of the Royal Family’s new member.

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Brittani is from Tennessee, USA. She is a political scientist and historian after graduating with a degree in the topics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in December 2014. She also holds a master's degree from Northeastern University. She enjoys reading and researching all things regarding the royals of the world. Her love of royals began in middle school, and she's been researching, reading, and writing on royalty for over a decade. She became Europe Editor in October 2016, and then Deputy Editor in January 2019, and has been featured on several podcasts, radio shows, news broadcasts and websites.