Ten. That’s how many days there are left until Halloween. And 65 is the number of days left until Christmas, but honestly, who cares anymore about those measly holidays when the birth of royal baby #2 is slated for April?! Come on 2015, can you come any slower?!
Confirmation of Kate Middleton’s general due date came this morning in a statement released by Kensington Palace. Hopefully, you won't squeal out loud like we did when we learned of the news (or you will, but those around you will share your excitement)! Depending on the timing, Kate and William’s bundle of joy could arrive on their fourth wedding anniversary. Crazy how it’s almost been four years already; we're still swooning over Kate's wedding dress as if she wore it yesterday!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their baby in April 2015. Read the announcement on TRH's website: http://t.co/w4SXHDasDC
— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) October 20, 2014
Duchess Kate, who suffered hyperemesis gravidarum (we can’t pronounce it either) during her pregnancy with baby George, continues to be plagued by the severe morning sickness condition, but is said to be “steadily improving.”
By April, Prince George will already be one and a half and most ready to take the position of older brother (which should be good training for his future role as king, given that he's third in line after his grandfather and his daddy, Prince William). Whether his sibling will be a girl or a boy is still unknown, but our fingers are crossed for a girl this time! Imagine the outfits!
What we really can't wait for is to see how George will react to his new sibling. Maybe he’ll be jealous when he realizes he has competition for the world’s most loved baby slot, but we’re sure that will fade. Hopefully he’ll teach royal baby #2 to be sassy, because the only thing better than one sassy royal baby is two sassy royal babies!
What’re you most excited about, collegiettes? The royal coin that will commemorate the birth? Kate’s post-birth outfit? The baby's future fashion statements? Tell us in the comments, and let the royal baby craze commence!