Queen Elizabeth hopes royal baby arrives before her holidays

Queen Elizabeth hopes royal baby arrives before her holidays

Britain's Queen Elizabeth said that she is hoping the royal baby is born soon - because she is about to go on holiday.

She made the comment in reply to a question from a 10-year-old schoolgirl while on a series of engagements in the Lake District.

When asked if she wanted the baby to be a boy or girl, she replied "I don't think I mind".


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