Baby Windsor gets Twitter accounts

16:57 03 December 2012

@IamRoyalBaby is one of a number of Twitter accounts set up.

@IamRoyalBaby is one of a number of Twitter accounts set up.

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The Duchess of Cambridge may only just have announced she is pregnant, but Baby Windsor started tweeting moments after the pregnancy was made public.

An unofficial Twitter account was set up for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's future baby.An unofficial Twitter account was set up for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's future baby.

Shortly after the pregnancy was announced by St James’s Palace this afternoon a number of Twitter accounts were set up, all proclaiming to be the royal baby.

An account called @IamRoyalBaby has already got close to 1,500 followers, with tweets including: “I can confirm I am not ginger.”

Baby Windsor only managed to tweet three times from @HRH_baby before that account was suspended. The first tweet said: “Hello world! Tweeting from the womb here.”

The second tweet, minutes later, said: “Only just conceived and one is already bored.”

The hashtag #royalbaby is trending worldwide.

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