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Zara Tindall welcomed a baby boy during an unexpected bathroom delivery on Sunday.
The Queen’s granddaughter and former rugby player Mike, 42, who already share daughters Mia Grace, six, and Lena Elizabeth, two, named their new arrival Lucas Philip.
Zara, 39, who is the daughter of Princess Anne, was 18th in line to the throne earlier this year but the arrival of her cousin Princess Eugenie’s baby boy, August Philip Hawke, put her at 19th.
Meanwhile little August, who arrived in February, is now 11th in line to the throne with his mother Princess Eugenie of York taking 10th position in the line of succession.
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But Prince Harry, who is sixth in line to the throne, and his wife Meghan Markle are expecting their second child, a baby girl, and her arrival will change the succession.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex already share one-year-old Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor who is placed below his father Harry at number seven in line to the throne.
It comes as Mike announced the happy news of his son's arrival on his podcast The Good, The Bad and The Rugby.
A representative for the couple added that Lucas was "born on Sunday 21st March 2021 weighing 8lbs 4oz."
And Zara has followed in the footsteps of her mother Princess Anne by similarly not having titles for her children.
Line of succession
1. Prince Charles
2. Prince William
3. Prince George
4. Princess Charlotte
5. Prince Louis of Cambridge
6. Prince Harry
7. Archie Mountbatten-Windsor
8. Prince Andrew
9. Princess Beatrice
10. Princess Eugenie
11. August Philip Hawke
12. Prince Edward
13. James, Viscount Severn
14. Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor
15. Princess Anne
16. Peter Phillips
17. Savannah Phillips
18. Isla Phillips
19. Zara Tindall
20. Mia Grace
21. Lena Elizabeth
22. Lucas Philip
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