Birth date’s a royal coincidence!

Kirsty Anderson and Luke Woolley with their children James and baby Chloe who was born on the same d

Kirsty Anderson and Luke Woolley with their children James and baby Chloe who was born on the same day as the royal baby. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 8650-30-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders - Credit: Archant

SLEEPING peacefully, Sidmouth’s newest resident Chloe Woolley is blissfully unaware that she shares her birthday with the future King of

Baby Chloe from Sidmouth who was born on the same day as the royal baby, Prince George. Picture by A

Baby Chloe from Sidmouth who was born on the same day as the royal baby, Prince George. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 8634-30-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders - Credit: Archant

England.

Little Chloe was born at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hosptial at 8.10pm on Monday, weighing 6lb 3oz – and her delighted parents had been totally oblivious to the national frenzy over events unfolding in London.

Mum Kirsty Anderson, 23, of Baker Close, did not know of the arrival of the royal baby, Prince George, until after her little bundle of joy had entered the world. She had gone into hosptial at 8am.

Dad Luke Woolley, 25, had no idea either, as he was concentrating on his partner too much to take any notice of the news.


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“I was surprised,” said Kirsty. “We were over the moon – it’s quite special being born on the same day as a future king. It makes it extra special.

“Every year when it’s her birthday we can tell her and are going to make a box full of [newspaper] clippings for her on everything.

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“She’s beautiful – absolutely tiny, but gorgeous.”

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