10 strange facts about the royal baby
Prince William, right, with Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on June 15. There's still no sign of Britain's royal baby, even though the world's media have been camped for three weeks outside the London hospital where Prince William's wife Catherine is due to give birth. 1) Genealogists say the baby will be distantly related to Dracula, the 15th century prince who inspired Bram Stoker's famous vampire.
Luckily for Kate, this tradition ended in 1936. 4) The baby does not necessarily need to have a surname - but if William and Kate want it to have one, they can choose between Mountbatten-Windsor, Wales and Cambridge.
6) The journalists camped outside Kate's hospital are almost crying with boredom after a three-week wait, but it was a different story when William was born in 1982.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Daily News