Did Prince William betray the sex of the royal baby?

Did Prince William betray the sex of the royal baby?

Did Prince William betray the sex of the royal baby?

on 04/17/2018 at 15:16

The parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, proudly carry their first-born, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, out of the hospital. The British prince was born on 21 June 1982 in London, the light of day.

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After the baptism on August 4, 1982, there is an official photograph of the royal family: Lady Diana sits between the Queen Mother Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth II, behind it are the husband of Queen Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (l.) And Prince Charles.

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William with Mama Diana on his first day in kindergarten on September 24, 1995 in London.

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Lady Diana endeavored to give her children William and Henry a childhood as normal as possible. So she prevailed that William could attend a kindergarten and a public elementary school.

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Prince William plays a police officer while visiting a motorcycle police force in November 1987 in Barnes near London. He got the uniform as a present for the reception.

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William with his mother Diana in 1994, to whom he had a very close relationship.

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At the age of thirteen, William moves to legendary Eton College. His parents and his brother proudly accompany him on his first day at school.

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William attended the elite boarding school from 1995 to 2000.

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The early loss of his mother is a dramatic event for the young William.

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Shortly before his eighteenth birthday and the close end of his schooling, this official image of the learning William, who is about to complete his A-Level exams, was written.

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At Eton College, William is a member of the Water Polo Team, here at a match in his school.

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Like his father, Prince William continues to be a successful polo player.

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In the Scottish town of St. Andrews, William began attending university in 2001, beginning his studies in art history, before moving on to geography, where he graduated in 2005.

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He maintains a close relationship with his father. Together they spend holidays, like here in the Swiss Alps.

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In January 2006, officer-in-command Sandhurst, Major General Andrew Ritchie, welcomed his new recruit William, who was accompanied by his father. This is followed by an eleven-month military training, in the royal tradition.

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In December 2006, the final parade takes place in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II at the end of the successful training; William smiles proudly at his grandmother. In this parade, he was appointed Lieutenant (Second Lieutenant).

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And also Williams’ later wife, Kate Middleton, is present at the parade, the two had met during their studies in Scotland and have been dating since 2002, except for a brief interruption.

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The basic training is followed by a pilot training at the Royal Air Force with helicopter training, search and rescue squadron.

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His father looks proud and happy when he hands over the so-called Wings (English for wings) to William on April 11, 2008, the badge of the Royal Air Force.

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This was followed by another training as a helicopter pilot in Shawbury, where he poses with his brother Harry in summer 2009 at a photo shoot.

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After the official engagement of Kate and William in November 2010, the marriage was closed in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey. In addition to the 1900 guests, who were allowed to be there in person, the celebration was followed worldwide. Among other things, the service was broadcast on YouTube.

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On July 22, 2013, Prince George Alexander of Cambridge was born in St. Mary’s Hospital London, in the same hospital where Prince William was born.

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The family happiness is completed by the birth of daughter Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge on May 2, 2015. On September 4, the Kensington Palace announced that the couple is expecting new offspring. Kid number three is on the way.

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Two motifs – around 30 years are in between. The combo shows Prince Charles and Princess Diana (left) on March 21, 1983 and Duchess Kate and Prince William (r.) On April 22, 2014, in front of Ayers Rock, the Sacred Mount of Aboriginal Indians.

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Shortly after the birth of his son in 2013, William had ended his military career and began to devote himself to charitable and representative tasks.

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Here, William, Kate and Harry runners cheer for a charity event.

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After Prince Phillip has withdrawn from official appointments in May 2017, William is also assisting his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, as here at a meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi, a prominent Myanmar politician.

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Prince William said something about the name of his third child after a football game
Net and media meanwhile: It will be a boy
Why some consider this sexist

London.
Is the secret to the sex of the third child of William and Kate aired a short time before her birth? The British “Mirror” means ‘The prince had pretty much blabbed himself. Thus, the royal couple would again expect a boy – and he would be named after a football player.
In the net is now hot over the comment of Prince William on the sidelines of a football game discussed. Some consider the debate sexist.

Jack or Jackie?
And so it came to the supposed hint: The British prince was visiting the championship of Aston Villa against the football club Cardiff City. William is a fan of Aston Villa. Therefore, the joy was great when one of the players of the team named Jack Grealish scored the decisive winner in the 85th minute.
Shortly after, he said, “I’ll insist the baby’s name is Jack.” Only a few seconds he sat down, according to “Mirror” but: “or Jackie”.
Slip or joke?
The Twitter community is now asking whether Prince William’s statement was simply a witty comment that would express his joy at the team’s victory – or a slip of the tongue that actually betrays his next Child becomes a boy.
His supplies would then be understood as a cover-up. After all, Kate would not think it would be so funny if William had actually divulged the secret.
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More on the subject:
• Sweet Photos: Princess Charlotte’s first day in kindergarten
• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – Why the wedding in the UK causes trouble
• Cleric demands: Praying that Prince George is gay
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Sexism charge against speculators
However, this incident does not only arouse curious fans of the Royals, but also feminists, as the portal “indy100” reports. “It’s really sexist to assume that all football players are men,” a user writes on Twitter. User l_alexander99 says ironically: “Sure, women do not play football.”
Be it a boy or a girl, an accidental slip of the tongue or just a joke – you’ll have to be patient after Prince William’s comment until the baby’s birth to be sure. (Alka)

On Tuesday, April 19, 2016, Princess Sofia of Sweden gave birth to her first child. Together with husband Prince Carl Philip she was happy about the offspring.

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In the Swedish royal family, several babies were born in the last few months. Princess Victoria of Sweden and husband Daniel with their first daughter Estelle.

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Little Estelle Silvia Ewa Mary, Princess of Sweden and Duchess of Östergötland, was born on February 23, 2012.

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On March 2, 2016, Victoria’s son, Oscar Carl Olof, also saw the light of day. He is titled Duke of Skåne.

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Meanwhile, Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Christopher O’Neill have two children: Princess Leonore Lilian Maria, Duchess of Gotland (l.) And Prince Nicolas Paul Gustaf, Duke of Angermanland.

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Princess Leonore was born on February 20, 2014.

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Her little brother Nicolas was born on 15 June 2015.

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In Great Britain there were also strong offspring. Prince William and Duchess Kate now have two children: …

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… Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge and 2015 Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge.

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The prince couple of Monaco has also become parents. Her twins Gabriella Thérèse Marie, Comtesse of Carladès, and Jacques Honoré Rainier, Prince of Monaco, Marquis of Baux were born in 2014.

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Little Jacques is the heir to the throne.

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Belgium’s royal couple Philippe and Mathilde have a total of four children: Prince Gabriel, Prince Emmanuel, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Eleonore (from left).

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Princess Elizabeth is the heir to the throne of her father and ranks first in the Belgian throne.

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The Dutch royal couple has three daughters: Princess Ariane (l.), Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia (center) and Princess Alexia (r.).

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Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and his wife Mette-Marit have the children together Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus. Her son Marius Borg Hoiby (back right) brought Mette-Marit into the marriage.

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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark with their children Prince Christian (center), Princess Isabella (l.), Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.

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The twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine are the youngest members of the Danish royal family.

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The princesses Leonor (l.) And Sofia are the children of the Spanish King Felipe and his wife Letizia.

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