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Taking bets, and stock -- Kate and William’s second royal baby




Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R), talks to pregnant artist Heidi Plant about baby dates and art during a visit of the Resort Studios in Margate, southern England on March 11, 2015.
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R), talks to pregnant artist Heidi Plant about baby dates and art during a visit of the Resort Studios in Margate, southern England on March 11, 2015.
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Boy or girl? What might the name be? Is “Diana” a real contender if it’s a girl?

For anyone who cares about the royalty America rejected over 200 years ago, Kate Middleton’s imminent second birth brings forth a resurgence in curiosity in all things British, royal and historically steeped.

What about all that bloody sibling rivalry in generations past? Does the second born get as much attention as the first?

Guest:

Patt Morrison, KPCC contributor and columnist for the Los Angeles Times