20+ Photo Slide-show of the Royal Brits
He's fifth in line to the throne.
Mom is doing well. After 9 months of waiting with the world watching, Kensington Palace has announced that Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed their third child… a baby boy! Weighing in at a healthy 8lbs. 7oz., the boy is their third child after Prince George and his little sister – now the middle child – Princess Charlotte.
The Town Cryer Shares the News www.express.co.uk
We have yet to hear what the couple will name their newborn, but we do know the child will be fifth in line to the throne. Must be good to be born into royalty, most kids just get a hand-me-down high-chair.
Baby #3 and the happy parentswww.usmagazine.com
So far, there has been no word of any complications, and as per the U.K.'s Express, "The Duchess is doing well." The baby was born at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital at 11:01 AM with his daddy by mom's side, surely beaming with pride and excitement.
Baby Will Make it a Party of Fivehttp://tv8.md
Stay tuned to Popdust for updates on the newest member of the royal family, his name, and more!
Congrats to Kate and William and the baby's big brother and sister, as well as the rest of the extended family. See the slideshow for more pics of the family!
Photos of Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William's Family
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