Harry and Meghan to announce pregnancy?
Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have stepped back from Royal duty and moved away from the United Kingdom but that hasn’t stopped the world’s obsession with them.
The couple are currently -150 to announce a pregnancy in 2020, with British bookmakers. That means that there's an implied probability of 60% of a pregnancy being announced before the end of the year.
Could there be Royal Baby twins?
Biology dictates that one child is most likely but books have priced the Royal couple at +3300 to have a twins born in 2020 or 2021 and a huge +6600 to have triplets before the end of 2021. Those are implied probabilities of 2.9% and 1.5% respectively.
It was only May 2019 when they welcomed Archie Mountbatten-Windsor into the world and speculation is rife that they’ll soon be welcoming another child to the mix.
Can US residents bet on the 2020 US Election?
No legal operator in the country will take bets on the Royal Baby currently, hence why we get our data from British bookmakers who do offer those odds legally. This is not expected to change in the short term, although when it does we will offer those markets for odds comparison. However, online betting is legal on sports, and is opening up on a state-by-state basis.
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