Royal Baby Already Has A Wikipedia Page

 Wikipedia's place-holder photo before the baby arrives. (Getty Images)Wikipedia's place-holder photo before the baby arrives. (Getty Images)
One more way the Royal Baby is clearly a breed apart from anyone else on the planet? He or she already has a Wikipedia page. It's the first time a person has gotten a Wikipedia page before birth, according to the Daily Beast. Mind you, this comes after fairly popular Royal Baby Facebook and Twitter accounts.


The Wiki is already full of details surrounding Middleton’s complicated first trimester,the speculation surrounding the gender, and the titles afforded to the future monarch. Of course, no Wikipedia page is complete without a mention of controversial moments … and yes, even before birth, the Royal Baby has one. The Wikipedia page makes note of the fact that the Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, is knitting a kangaroo in honor of the Royal Baby’s birth—despite her dissenting political views on the monarchy. 

All that from a child still in the womb. Can you imagine how much Wiki real estate this person will require as an adult? We'll need to build a bigger Internet.