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A look at the royal baby in numbers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte Photo: PA Archive/PA Images

Here is a look at the royal baby by numbers:

2 – Baby Cambridge has two homes – Kensington Palace’s 20-room Apartment 1A in London and 10-bedroom country residence Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

3 – The new royal baby will be the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child – a younger sibling to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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5 – William and Kate’s baby will be born fifth in line to the throne. The baby is also a 5 x great-grandchild of Queen Victoria.

6 – The baby is the Queen’s sixth great-grandchild. The baby will bump Prince Harry down to sixth in line.

7 – The Cambridges celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary on April 29.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their wedding day Credit: Chris Ison/PA

9 – Weeks of age Princess Charlotte was when she was christened. George was 13 weeks old at his christening.

15 – Years William and Kate have been together.

35 – Number of months between Charlotte and the new baby. Kate and William will have three children aged four and under.

36 – Kate is 36. William turns 36 in June this year.

41 – Royal births are celebrated with a 41-gun salute.

The royal baby will live at Kensington Palace Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA

£7,500 – Cost of a one night stay and delivery package at the private Lindo Wing including a suite of two rooms, but excluding consultants’ fees.

£9,450 – Cost per year for Willcocks Nursery School, which Charlotte attends.

1.2 million – Followers of the Cambridges’ official Twitter account @KensingtonRoyal.

£4.5 million – Cost to the taxpayer of refurbishing William and Kate’s Kensington Palace apartment in 2012.

£42.8 million – The amount the Queen received from the taxpayer via the Sovereign Grant in 2016-2017 – 65p for each person in the country.