A century of royal babies
The birth of a royal baby, particularly one in line for his or her country's throne, has long been a moment of celebration. With anticipation high for the first child of Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, we take a look at royal babies over the last century.
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Jordan's Princess Salma
King Abdullah II of Jordan and his wife, Queen Rania, pose for a photograph in Amman with their baby girl, Princess Salma, the third of four children born to the couple. Princess Salma's older brother, Crown Prince Hussein, who was born in 1994, is the heir apparent to the Jordanian throne.