The first official portraits of Prince William, Kate Middleton and infant Prince George were sent out by the Press Association under "strict embargo" earlier today along with instructions not to publish them until midnight, but that was a no-go. Because this is the internet.
The royal baby finally has a name, George Alexander Louis. You may look at that and say, 'Wow, that's a long name!'
But it's actually a royal tradition! Queen Elizabeth's full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, after her mother, great-grandmother and grandmother, and William's full name is William Arthur Philip Louis.
Millions around the world are waiting for the debut of the newest British Royal, now third in line for the throne. We don't know his name, but we do know his vital statistics. He was born at 4:24 p.m. on Monday, weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces. According to a statement released by the palace, the baby will carry the title of "His Royal Highness Prince of Cambridge."
The wait is over. Prince William and his wife Kate had a boy! So many of us are glued to the news to hear the latest angle. So how does this royal birth compare to the announcement on June 21, 1982, when Diana and Charles became the proud new parents of William?
Hear ye, hear ye! On this day, July 22, Prince William and yon wife Kate Middleton have successfully created the third successor in line for the British throne: a (still unnamed) baby boy.
That's right, kids. The royal bun has officially exited the royal oven. And Kanye had nothing to do with it.
Several geneticists, artists and/or Photoshop geniuses have released pictures of what the Royal Baby may look like. Since Prince William and Kate Middleton haven't revealed the gender of the baby, there are male and female versions.