With two babies on the way this year, some changes are in store for the Royal Family, specifically Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Zara Tindall, and Zara's children.
For any family, new arrivals are a moment of joy and a chance for the family to come together celebrate a new life.
While new additions can of course alter any family dynamic, and change priorities for some, most won't completely shake up the family tree as a Royal baby will!
As we know, the Royal Family has a strict line of succession based on lineage. This means that a new baby or two can completely shake up the line of succession, which we will see this year.
This will see two Royal babies born, meaning lots of things are about to change for the family.
The births will mean a change of Royal status for Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Zara Tindall, and Zara's children.
Zara, 39, is expecting her third child in the Springtime. She and her husband Mike Tindall have never appeared to be too preoccupied with their positions in the Royal Family.
Princess Eugenie, 30, is expecting her first child in February of this year.
Princess Eugenie is 10th in line to the throne, meaning her child's arrival signals that some changes are in order.
While Princess Anne is the Queen and Prince Philip's second eldest child, at the time of her birth royal daughters forfeited their place in the line of succession to any brothers they might have. Anne was leap-frogged in the line of succession by her younger brothers Prince Andrew, 60, and Prince Edward, 56, and their children - Princess Beatrice, 32, Princess Eugenie, 30, Lady Louise Windsor, 17, and James, Viscount Severn.
Anne chose to raise her children Zara and Peter Phillips, 42, without royal titles but they kept positions in the line of succession.
Zara is technically in 18th place after her nieces and her daughters Mia and Lena are in 19th and 20th place.
When Princess Eugenie has her child, Princess Anne will move to 15th in line to the throne, Zara to 19th place, and Mia and Lena to 20th and 21st in line. As well as this, Prince Edward will move from 11th to 12th.
When it comes to the names closer to the throne, Prince Charles is first in line, followed by his son Prince William. Then it is Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and then the Duke of Sussex followed by his son Archie.