Right from the millisecond you’re born into a royal family, your life is mapped for something truly special – and with that comes peculiar things. Not only are you gifted with five or six godparents, but your great-great-grandmother used to dodge nappies, while another family member voluntarily opted for no medication during labour.
Of course, times have now changed, and we’re certain that the newly born fourth heir to the British throne won’t have a single thing to worry about.
But, to continue the Royal celebrations, here are some facts you thought you’d never read…More
Government officials used to be required to attend the births of a royal babies to make sure the child wasn’t switched. Thankfully, this was abolished by George VI.
The Royal family in 1951: (l-r) Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Prince Phillip, King George VI and Princess Elizabeth with her children Prince Charles and Princess Anne.