How prince(ss)ly: William and Kate's baby gets royal title

Prince William and Kate share a moment with

Prince William and Kate share a moment with Prince Harry. (Getty Images) (Credit: Prince William and Kate share a moment with Prince Harry. (Getty Images))

All hail the prince or princess!

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s child will officially be named a prince or princess, according to the palace.

“The royal couple’s child will officially be known as His or Her Royal Highness Prince or Princess of Cambridge,” a rep for Kensington Palace confirmed to Us Weekly Monday about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s soon-to-be-born child.

Middleton is due this month, reportedly as early as this week.

The royal couple have not revealed to the public the baby’s gender nor said whether they have found out if they are having a boy or a girl.

The baby’s name hasn’t been decided upon yet, a palace aide told Us Weekly.

“The couple have yet to decide on a name and probably won’t until the day of the birth,” the aide dished to the magazine.
 

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