Did Prince William just accidentally let slip the royal baby's gender?

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Did Prince William just accidentally let slip the royal baby's gender?

Middleton is due in April, and royal correspondent Emily Andrews speculated on the TV program Lorraine that the Duchess of Cambridge is potentially slated to welcome her baby on April 23.

After the match, he went to celebrate the 22-year-old's big victory during the Championship game in The Directors Club at Villa Park.

Each new generation in the British Royal family one way or another violated and continues to violate the tradition.

After the game, Jack gifted the Duke of Cambridge with the jersey he was wearing when he won the game.

If the royal baby girl is named Alice, she'll be the first since Princess Alice Maud Mary, the third daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, born at Buckingham Palace in 1843.

Is the royal baby here yet?

He and Kate Middleton, 35, are already parents to Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.

Kate Middleton is not believed to be in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London just yet, though they are ready for her arrival. Prince William accidentally gave a major hint about whether Kate Middleton is having a boy or girl. While nothing's been confirmed, the public has begun taking bets on certain monikers for the young future monarch.

Mere days before the royal baby is due (or so the signs are suggesting), bookies have released their latest figures for the most popular baby names.

In other news, odds for the name Jack have (unsurprisingly) been slashed...

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