To further add to the worldwide anticipation of Kate Middleton's birth, a South African geneticist formulated and revealed the possible looks of the royal couple's baby.
Suretha Erasmus, a scientist based in South Africa, used both the features of the Duke and Duchess to come up with the images of the future royal heir. The geneticist strongly believes that the baby will either inherit Catherine's dark hair, mixed with William's blonde mane-producing a light brown or golden baby hair.
The scientist also mentioned that dark hair genes are particularly stronger than blondes, so the baby might have the wavy, dark brown hair Catherine has.
Erasmus also declared that the baby inside Catherine's stomach is most likely to have Princess Diana's looks because of the Duke's resemblance to his late mother.
A first look of the royal baby as predicted by geneticist, Suretha Erasmus (Credit: Huffington Post)
Just recently, the Duchess made her first appearance with her baby bump at a rehabilitation center in London for a charity affair. Catherine made sure to look low profile in a simple MaxMara dress, which sold out just hours after the Duchess was seen wearing it.
Weeks ago, the royal couple was also seen vacationing in the Caribbean island of Mustique, where controversial Kate bikini photos were leaked by Italian publication, Chi Magazine.
The photos enraged the Duke, as it shows a bikini-clad Kate with her baby bump exposed. This is not the first time their private vacations are captured in photographs. Late last year, the couple experienced a huge media attack when a photographer snapped images of the Duchess topless while vacationing in Provence, France.
What do you think of the "genetics" photos? Is it likely that the baby will look this way? Voice your opinions in the comment section below.
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