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Saturday, May 2, 2015

As I Predicted….It’s a PRINCESS!

The Duchess of Cambridge has safely been delivered of her second child, a little GIRL! The princess - who is fourth in line to the throne – was born 08:34 BST.

The baby weighed in at a healthy 8lbs 3oz (3.7kg).

Eael outside palace

Her father, The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William), was present for the birth of the baby.

Both Princess Catherine and her daughter are "doing well", the palace stated. The entire country and a good portion of the world is celebrating.

The baby, who is fourth in line to the throne, is the Queen's fifth great-grandchild.

Her Christian name will be revealed anywhere from a few days to perhaps a couple of weeks. It will be exciting to hear if my other predictions are right as well.

Congratulations and welcome to the world little princess!



Rita C. said...

Yes, you are so on top of things, and I love following along. I like Charlotte Elizabeth, given your predictions.

Christine said...

Thrilled it's a girl!

Gypsy Heart said...

I really thought it would be a least I truly hoped for a girl! She will be beautifully dressed all her life by her mom. :) Can't wait to see what her name will be.


The Boston Lady said...

Perfect. Just perfect👸🏼

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

I'm impatient to find the name they chose now!

Sandi said...

I do hope they name her Diana, but you are right that it would be a lot of pressure. Maybe Something Diana...? :)

Terri Steffes said...

I don't think Diana will be a lot of pressure. I think she will bask in all that was good with Diana and what an honor it would be for that baby!

Linda said...

That's wonderful! She's so precious. : ) I can't get past the fact that the Queen has 5 Great-Grandchildren. There's no way I could have even known my Grandparents, as they were born in the late 1800s and Great-Grandparents? Well, they were dead by the 1920s in my family. My parents are lucky to have 8 Granddaughters but unless my Sarah ends up having children early - and she's still in college, so unlikely - it's very unlikely then that my parents will ever know a Great-Grandchild.