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What does the future hold for Britain’s new royal baby, child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate? It’s impossible to say. But in her eRead Royal Babies: What Will and Kate Have Learned from the Past, veteran Toronto Star journalist Rosie DiManno — a self-declared monarchist — explores royal tradition around babies and how it has evolved. DiManno, who has covered more than a dozen royal tours involving every member of the royal family, as well as William and Kate's wedding and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee last year, brings uncommon insight to the task of speculating about how the new baby’s life will unfold. And she offers delicious tidbits from royal nurseries of the past.
Rosie DiManno is a Toronto Star columnist and foreign correspondent. She has reported from more than 60 countries, including combat zones ranging from Iraq to East Timor. DiManno began covering royal tours in Canada and the U.S. in the mid-1980s and has reported on more than a dozen. She also covered the wedding of William and Kate two years ago and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee last year. She describes herself as a monarchist.
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