hello this is kinda long but I wanted to include as much info on what exactly I did to hopefully get some good advice. I started keeping bees in june of this year. I bought a nuc hive and ended up splitting it in august. The queenless hive managed to produce produce three queen cells I removed the smallest and left the two biggest to hatch, as I read that the largest queen cells tend to produce stronger queens. When I split the hive I kept a detailed record of when the split was made so that I can monitor the development of the queens and to know more or less when they are due to hatch. Well a couple days after they were due to hatch I inspected the hive the cells had hatched so I began to carefully look for the new queen. I am 100% positive that at the time I checked the hive she was not in it. So I assumed she must be mating. Well a few days later I looked again and there she was. She seems to be laying eggs as there is larva present and the hive seems to be growing in numbers. Today I found that on the otherside a few frames away from the queen the bees created a new queen cell in the middle of the frame that was already sealed. My question is do I need to kill my cuurrent queen off or can I still keep here while also keeping the queen due to hatch and what would be the best way to go about it??? Oh also how to tell if the queen is mated or not? I'm sorry if my question is dumb but I don't want to kill any of my bees if I don't have to can anyone offer some advice???