Royal baby speculation buffers Kensington Royal Twitter account by a quarter
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second royal baby is on its way and as a result Twitter has been rife with speculation.
Social media engagement around the impending birth spurred over 50,000 people to follow the @KensingtonRoyal account on Twitter. This takes the numbers up to a total of 218,000 followers.
The profile has been sharing content related to the royal baby and will be the first source of news when the newborn arrives.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 30, 2015
The most popular conversations around the speculation run with the hashtags #RoyalBabyWatch, #KateWait, #GreatKateWait, #KateWaitMark2 and #RoyalBaby.
This comes after 1000 Heads shared an infographic on Thursday stating that 51 per cent of social media users thought the baby would be a girl.
In 2013, baby George was welcomed with a whole host of tweets from brands and companies, hit the link to see the finest entries.
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