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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Will Kate Ever Be Queen??


Caption: Kate Middleton: Will she ever be Queen? Pregnant Duchess married to second-in-line to the throne Shop beautiful hand decorated chocolate Easter eggs from Fortnum & Mason @ http://tidd.ly/6a58f76 

KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William married in April 2011, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate is not know as princess now, but will she be Queen one day? Kate Middleton, 36, is the wife of the second-in-line to the British throne.

She is also the mother to the third-in-line to the throne, Prince George, four, and the fifth, Princess Charlotte, two.

What is more, the pregnant duchess has another baby on the way, which some suspect could be twins. Express.co.uk has already revealed why Kate Middleton is not a princess, but will she ever be Queen?

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In fact, it is likely that Kate Middleton will become Queen, if the line of succession is followed smoothly.  Read More From EXPRESS.

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