Britain’s Royal Baby has Arrived

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and Prince William, have introduced their new baby girl on Saturday, May 2.

The town crier was the first to announce the news to the fans outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London.

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This is the royal couple’s second baby, weighing a total of 8 pounds and 3 ounces.

According to William’s Twitter, he was there to see the birth.

The palace reassures their audience with a statement, saying, “her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.”

The baby arrived at 8:34 a.m. in London time and 3:34 a.m. eastern time.

Her Highness was in labor for a total of two hours in her own private Lindo wing at the hospital in West London, said the palace.

The palace also informed both the couple’s families, including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Prince Harry.

No name has been announced for the princess, who is fourth in line behind her grandfather Charles, her father William, and then older brother George.

Late Princess Diana had William at the same hospital 32 years ago in 1982.

When Kate and the baby are released, the couple is said to head to Kensington Palace for a couple of days of rest, then will be heading to their country mansion in Anmer Hall on the queen’s Sandringham estate located in Norfolk, eastern England.

Image via Reuters/Cathal McNaughton

 

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