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Poll: An Investment Fit for the Royal Baby?

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The world's media have descended on the London hospital where Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge will give birth to her baby.

While Britain's royal family haven't revealed the due date, newspaper reports have pointed to July 13.

The future king or queen will stand in line to inherit the £700 million ($1.05 billion) estate of the Duchy of Cornwall. So while the royal baby needs no gifts, we thought some investment advice would be in order.

Which asset class would be an investment fit for the future king or queen? Vote below and let us know.

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