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Royal Baby: UK Celebrates the Birth of New Prince

Royal Baby: UK Celebrates the Birth of New Prince

Even at 69 years old, the prince is embracing the joyous news - and even showed off his funny-side!

Prince Charles: "It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them".

"From one mother to another, I know the reality of being outnumbered can be very scary, but I know she and Prince William will continue to be awesome parents", Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, herself a mother of three, said during a White House briefing.

Royal babies are usually named after ancestors and relatives, and according to bookies in the United Kingdom, the current frontrunners are Arthur or James.

The top White House spokeswoman offered personal encouragement to William and Kate on becoming the parents of three children.

It all started when Kate stepped outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital looking perfectly relaxed after giving birth to her third child yesterday.

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A large Union flag was raised over Buckingham Palace shortly after the announcement.

Well, maybe not everything.

While Middleton waits for her own bundle of joy to make his or her debut, she can practice swaddling Kate and William's latest addition.

Dr. Ashton has delivered more than 1,500 babies and says there are serious risks every woman needs to be aware of in the days and weeks following childbirth.

The queen, Prince Charles - the heir to the British throne - and other members of both families "have been informed and are delighted with the news", the palace said, adding that "her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well". Middleton met her new nephew at Kensington Palace on Tuesday, April 24, a source told Us.

Kate and her happy family of five are due for some well-deserved R&R (royal relaxation, that is!).