The birth of a new royal baby is something that is celebrated up and down the country, it has even become tradition for a flurry of betters to predict what the new baby will be called.
As the Queen’s next great-grandchild is just weeks away from making his or her debut, how will their birth shift the line of succession?
For many of the older royals, births from the last few decades have placed them further and further away from the crown.
The likes of Prince Edward and Princess Anne who were third and fourth in line when they were born now sit in the 13th and 16th positions respectively.
Princess Beatrice was born on August 8, 1988 at the Portland Hospital in London to Prince Andrew and Sarah, the Duke and Duchess of York.
The royal married her Italian aristocratic husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a secret ceremony on July 17, 2020 at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor.
Beatrice announced that she and her husband were expecting their first baby on May 19 and that she was due in the autumn of 2021.
So how will baby Mapelli Mozzi alter the current line of succession and who will he or she bump out of place?
The new royal will be born 11th in…