This post is not about Moshi Monsters, we would appreciate it if you could read this post, as it is important that we understand each others nations across the world. This affects the commonwealth, countries such as the UK, Canada, and parts of Southern Africa.
On 22nd July 2013 at 4.24pm, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) gave birth to an unnamed baby boy, weighing 8 pounds and 6 ounces at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London.
The royal baby is third inline to the throne, meaning one day he, the Prince of Cambridge will be King of the Commonwealth (The United Kingdom, Canada, Parts of America, Majority of Australasia, Most of Southern Africa and some of Asia).
One day, this baby will be king of the Commonwealth. Currently the queen, Queen Elizabeth who lives in Buckingham Palace, in England, UK, is on the throne, and has been for a record breaking 61 years, at the age of 87! The Prince of Cambridge is Queen Elizabeth’s third great grandchild! Before this baby becomes king, the Queen must either resign or pass away, that will then leave her son, the Charles, Prince of Wales as the king. Then the king will be the Duke of Cambridge, the baby’s father then the royal baby! It may seem ages away, but this will be a landmark day in history. People will always remember 22nd July as the baby’s birthday, I’m sure I will as I share my birthday with it! 🙂
At this moment, the baby is unnamed, and Kate is expected to get out of hospital very soon. But for now, we’ve got two very happy parents that we are sure will make brilliant parents to this Royal baby.