Will and Kate’s first child gets throne 


Two days after Prince William and Duchess Katherine confirmed they were having a baby, British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced Tuesday, that all 16 Commonwealth Countries have agreed to push through with legislation that will end a rule that discriminates against women in the line of succession to take the British throne. Clegg said the British government “will be presenting the Succession to the Crown Bill to Parliament very soon,” adding that it was “a change and an updating of rules that many people will welcome.” According to this legislation, whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a boy or a girl, that child will succeed William on the throne.

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