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Changes for Prince William, Kate Middleton’s children, royal succession

HollywoodNews.com: Prince William and Kate Middleton seem to be changing the face of royalty, and now they will also be the first to experience law changes in regard to royal succession.

It is being reported that royal succession will now allow a first-born daughter to become Queen even if a son is born after her, states RadarOnline.com. With past laws, a daughter would have to be the only child in order to become Queen, but now the succession will not skip a daughter if a son is born later.

The law reportedly went into change before the two married in order to ensure that it would be in affect when they have their first child.

The law was reportedly changed because it was outdated and didn’t fit with how people now think and feel about this situation.

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