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27 April 2011updated 26 Sep 2015 4:16pm

The royal baby: “Aww!” or “ARGH!”?

Through computer wizardry, the NS can reveal what Kate and Wills’s baby might look like. Or not.

By Duncan Robinson

Through computer wizardry, the NS can reveal what Kate and Wills’s baby might look like. Or not.

The forthcoming royal wedding isn’t about love or romance – it’s all about babies. The wedding is simply a bureaucratic hoop to jump through in order to legitimise the progeny of the royal loins, as Will Self argues in this week’s New Statesman, on sale now.

“But what will the baby look like?” I hear you cry. Well, cry no more.

Through technical wizardry, we can reveal exactly what Kate and Wills’s baby will look like. Sort of.

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Ta da! Say hello to your future king or queen (we can’t really tell). We think it’s better than the Sun‘s effort anyway . . .