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23 July 2013 22 shares 15 View comments When Prince William confirmed the birth of his and Kate's first child on Monday, his simple statement echoed the mood of the nation: We could not be happier.' For, with the birth of the heir-in-line to the
What the heck are we going to call the pint-sized potentate, who will be King of England someday far in the future when you and everyone you know has passed away into dust and ruin? Based on the UK Facebook buzz yesterday, ten names have emerged as
Britain's royal baby may be "born to rule" as third in line to the throne, but Indian mystics Tuesday made the intriguing prediction that the new prince will one day stand for elected office. Taking his date, time and place of birth -- 4:24 pm in
Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images Princess Anne doesn't want any of the royal baby spotlight on her! Prince William 's aunt sent well-wishes to her nephew on the birth of his first child, but did so rather begrudgingly. "Nothing to do with me, but it's
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spending their first full day with their newborn son on Tuesday, amid anticipation the world would get its first glimpse of the baby destined to be a king. Prince
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LONDON: "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 4:24 pm (1524 GMT)," Said the statement, "The baby weighs 8 lbs 6 oz. (3.8 Kg)." Kensington Palace said in a statement.
The wait is over. The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine (Kate) Middleton has given birth to a baby boy at 16:24 British Standard Time on Monday at the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, west London. Both mother and
Congratulations from Wales are continuing to be sent to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after their son's birth...The couple have a home on Anglesey and the duke's colleagues at RAF Valley sent filmed messages of good wishes. Welsh Secretary David
Victoria Arbiter, ABC's royals contributor and daughter of former Queen Elizabeth II press secretary Dickie Arbiter , previously told E! News , "I wouldn't be surprised if we saw George as a first name as a tribute to the queen's father." She added, "