When Will Prince William & Kate Have a Baby? History Might Tell Us!

The Official Royal Wedding photographsNow that the Royal Wedding is behind us, there is just one big nagging question. When will Prince William and his lovely wife Kate create an heir to the royal throne?

There is a lot of pressure for these newlyweds, not just that they will be making a King or Queen but their family and the public from around the world are waiting for the first instance of a baby bump. So when will Prince William and Kate have a baby? History may just give us a hint.

By looking at the wedding and birth dates of their first offspring, we can see when the other immediate family members wed and how soon after they conceived. It appears, when looking at these dates, the two will welcome a child within the next four years at the very latest. If they follow in the footsteps of William’s mom Princess Diana and  William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, Kate could be knocked up in the next couple months.

Princess Diana & Prince Charles
Married on July 29th, 1981
First Child Prince William born on June 21st 1982.
11 months later

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson
Married on July 23, 1986
First Child Princess Beatrice – born on August 8th, 1988
Almost two years later

Queen Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten
Married on November 20th, 1947
First Child —Prince Charles born on November 14th, 1948
Almost exactly a year later.

Princess Anne and 1st husband Mark Phillips
Married on November 14th, 1973
First child Peter Phillips born November 15th, 1977
Almost exactly four years later.

Our guess? Somewhere in between when Princess Diana and Fergie had their first baby’s in about a year and half.

Do you think they’ll be having a baby sooner or later?

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