The April babies of the House of Windsor - Royal Central

The April babies of the House of Windsor - Royal Central

After all the speculation we know now. The Duchess of Sussex has confirmed that she is six months pregnant and shares the news with a well-wishers during a tour on a day of the engagement in Birkenhead. Which means that Baby Sussex is due at the end of April. And although we all know that first babies can keep their parents waiting and that Baby Sussex may make her debut in early May, we're staying the fourth month of the year. Here's a look at who the new seventh heir to the throne will share a birthday month with when we look at the royal babies of House of Windsor in April.

The Queen

Elizabeth II, the most famous royal April baby, arrived on April 21stst 1926 the first child of the then Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI. And Queen Elizabeth. The Queen was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary of York and arrived at her maternal grandparents' home in London 17 sooner than expected, at Bruton Street 17, which was soon surrounded by a press looking for news about this particular royal baby. There are absolutely no prizes for knowing what has become of this royal baby.

Prince Louis of Cambridge