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If Your Baby Is Born on the Same Day As the Royal Baby, You Could Win $10K

Here's how to enter.


Betting on the due date isn’t the only way to profit from the long-awaited royal baby’s birth, thanks to a new giveaway from Pure Leaf. The company announced that parents whose babies are born on the same day as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s child can win $10,000 along with a “royal” photo shoot.

To enter, parents whose babies share the royal baby’s birthday must post a photo to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #PureLeafRoyalTEABaby and #Sweepstakes within seven days of the birth (they also must follow Pure Leaf on social media for the duration of the contest). The picture can be of their newborn, their family, or even just a baby-related item.

Pure Leaf, PepsiCo’s tea brand, will then choose 10 entrants to receive a private photo shoot from world-renowned photographer Yaron Leshem, whose work is part of the permanent collection at The Museum of Modern Art, at the location of their choosing. Of those 10 families, Pure Leaf will surprise one of them with a $10,000 check.

And whoever isn’t selected as the grand prize winner could still snag a reward. Pure Leaf will also select 50 runners-up who will be given $100 gift cards to Shutterfly to make their own photo birth announcements.

The brand revealed that winners will be notified within 48 hours of the entry period via direct message. They’ll then have two days to respond to claim the prize.

So when will the royal baby be arriving? While Meghan Markle’s due date is speculated to be in early April (aka any day now), the exact date is still unknown—and likely will remain so until the actual birth announcement. A statement from Buckingham Palace last week read, “[The Duke and Duchess of Sussex] have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private.”