Cambridge, Mass. weighs in on future prince or princess of Cambridge

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July 18, 2013, 8:53 am
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(NECN: Jackie Bruno, Cambridge, Mass.) – We are still awaiting word on the royal birth, but even the Queen is getting a bit impatient.

Though the exact due date isn't public knowledge, Camilla admitted earlier this week that the family is waiting by the phone. The future heir to the throne will be known as the prince or princess of Cambridge.

NECN’s Jackie Bruno visited the Massachusetts city of Cambridge to get people’s predictions.

The time has come for the royal baby! Kate Middleton is all over magazines this week as the world waits for her little prince or princess of Cambridge.

This French magazine says “c’est un garcon” but no one knows for sure. So we went to Cambridge, Mass. to find out if anyone there can guess the baby’s gender.

“I feel like it’s going to be a boy. I don’t know why I feel like it is.”

“I think it’s going to be a girl,” said one woman based on rumors.

We thought this woman may have a mother’s intuition on the subject.

“I think she’s having a boy,” she said as a guess.

 Tour guide Daniel Berger-Jones is a Cambridge expert, so we asked him.

“There’s something about the glow that says boy to me,” he said.

He has no idea, but he does know this:

“It’s bound to be a good looking kid.”

We can’t argue with that logic.

Tags: London, UK, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Jackie Bruno, cambridge massachusetts, royal baby, daniel berger
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