The Strict Rules Are Follow When A Royal Baby Is Born

Blog By mariam  |  16-10-18

The Royalty is just for namesake but the reality of their life is very hard to live.

Public Appearance Of Just born baby is within few hours!

Public Appearance Of Just born baby is within few hours!

Princess Diana created a trend to give birth in the hospital instead of the royal home like before. It became a rule for the baby to be presented in front of people in few hours after birth.


The Queen is the first to know about the birth

The Queen is the first to know about the birth

Before revealing to anyone else in the family, the parents have to inform the Queen first and after that the news is spread among the rest of the family.


No Baby Shower For Royal Moms

No Baby Shower For Royal Moms

The Royals are already wealthy so this concept of the baby shower is useless. It is not a big thing in the UK and Royal moms don't have to expect their friends to throw them a lavish baby shower.


Salute To Royal Child When Born

Salute To Royal Child When Born

They don't get salute every day, but when a royal baby is born, the Tower of London gives out a 62 gun salute in its honor.


The Child Gender Is Kept Hidden

The Child Gender Is Kept Hidden

In foreign countries to reveal the child gender is very common. But in Royal families it is the rule not to reveal before the child is born.


All Royal Babies Wear the Same Christening Gown

All Royal Babies Wear the Same Christening Gown

All Royal Babies Wear the Same Christening Gown. The massive lace tablecloth of a dress is a replica of a christening gown from 1841, which was used at the christening of Queen Victoria’s eldest child.


Royal Parents Get Maternity Leave

  Royal Parents Get Maternity Leave

Being royal is a "job" which means members of the family get leaves after they blessed with kids. Kate is currently on maternity leave having recently give birth to Prince Louis, will last about six months.


The babies are always named after royals from their own family tree.

  The babies are always named after royals from their own family tree.

Royal babies have no last names and almost three to four first names. For example, Prince George, whose full name is George Alexander Louis.









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