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Royal Baby #3 Receives An Honor From Kensington Palace That Prince George And Princess Charlotte Never Received

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is due with her third child in late April. While the world has patiently awaited the latest details of the newest royal-to-be, the Duke and Duchess have been much more private about this third baby.

So private about the pregnancy that the due date, gender, and name of the baby have yet to be revealed. The immense amount of privacy surrounding the third pregnancy has led many to believe that Kate is really pregnant with twins!

As the due date is getting closer and closer, Kate has managed to keep all things baby #3 related, private.

The public, who adore the Duke and Duchess, have soaked up every bit of media published regarding the baby, but they're nearing their wit's end; they are getting more and more eager as each day passes!

Because of the massive amount of publicity driven around baby #3, action was taken by a very prominent source: Kensington Palace.

In early March, about two months before Kate’s perceived due date, Kensington finally gave the public something that they had been so anxiously awaiting. A public website was launched in honor of the future royal.

The website, www.royal.uk/baby, is public and will act as a source for all things related to baby #3. The site states “Updates will be posted on this page and on @KensingtonRoyal's Twitter account as they become available.” With this new site, everyone will be only a click from any and all updates regarding the newest baby!

This is the first time that a royal has been given their very own website! Previously, royal newborns were announced on an easel outside of Buckingham Palace. Princess Charlotte, however, was announced on Twitter. Baby #3 will be announced first on this new website and then immediately on Twitter so stay tuned!

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