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The Queen and Beefeaters

Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks past Yeomen of the Guard as she leaves the Maundy Service at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford, southern England March

Kate leaving Lindo Wing with new baby!

Duchess Kate echoes Diana in polka-dot dress for royal baby debut

Prince William...#2 line of succession - HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn, etc

line of succession - HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn, etc

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Chatter Busy: Kate Middleton Royal Baby Boy Birth: Celebrities Who Were Born On July 22

Royalty ...

After much fanfare, the royal baby has arrived! Kate Middleton and Prince William are the proud new parents of a little boy. The precious prince is now third in line to the throne.

ilovethebritishroyals  Prince of Wales and Queen Elizabeth at the Order of the Garter service 2013

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles towards Prince Charles as they walk in procession in the annual Garter Ceremony at Windsor Castle, England, 17 June 2013

From "The British Monarchy in 2013: a Review" story by The British Monarchy on Storify — http://storify.com/BritishMonarchy/the-royal-family-in-2013

Read The Queen hands out Maundy money in Oxford latest on ITV News. All the Royal news

Catherine gave birth to Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge on July 23, 2013, at St. Mary's Hospital in London. (He weighed a healthy 8lb 6oz!) The next day, a radiant Kate and very proud Will greeted fans and introduced the new heir to the world.  - GoodHousekeeping.com

Prince William and Kate Middleton's Love Through the Years

August 2013 - Kate Middleton Called "Princess" on Prince George's Birth Registry - "Prince William and Kate Middleton registered baby son Prince George in London on Friday, Aug. and Middleton's "Princess" title was used.

News that the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to the future king has been   celebrated on the front page of every paper in Britain.

Royal baby: what the British papers said

There is almost universal acclaim for the new royal birth in Britain’s newspapers. The left-leaning ‘Guardian’ newspaper provided readers of its