Posted by Marilyn
So, here we are eleven days since Catherine’s pregnancy announcement. In this short time we have learned many things, some which fall under the too much information category.
We now have a greater understanding of Hyperemesis Gravidarum, without the need for a telethon.
Catherine will definately give birth in a hospital instead of a palace. Obvious choice considering that no royal baby of late has been born in a palace. Including Prince William himself.
She might even be expecting twins! Good news? Maybe or maybe not. This comes with complications if she has a caesarean section. The doctor who performs the section has the added pressure of picking which baby comes out first. The future of the monarchy is therefore in his/her hands – literally.
If you’re curious about what the baby will look like, a forensic artist has created a mock up for you.
Not only can Catherine look forward to unsolicited pregnancy/parenting advice, she also has the added pressure of dramatically boosting the UK economy. But not as much pressure as the royal baby for ending ‘ginger phobia’ and being a ‘human rights pioneer’
The question on everyone’s mind now is, what will William wear?
No time like the present to talk about what school the baby will go to.
The Life of a Royal Baby has already been foretold!
William and Catherine are not the only ones rejoicing! So are cybersquatters!
Royal Baby? One day there might be an app for that.
Catherine already has experience with babies. After all, she was once a baby herself.
Want to know what’s going on in Kate’s uterus? Jon Stewart has it covered
The ‘Prognosticating Fremont cat’ has predicted that the baby will be a boy
If you’re the betting kind, here are 14 things to place your money on, including time, date and method of birth.
Happy holidays! In the spirit of Christmas, an artistisan has immortalized the couple in a Naples nativity scene.