Attention, peasants of earth: Prince William and Kate Middleton's baby hath now been blessed with a name of tradition and bore: George Alexander Louis.
So we definitely lost in the betting pool with our Prince George Michael guess. On the plus side, we no longer have to call him the Royal Baby.
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.
Apparently, the second time's the charm.
After a wedding ceremony fit for a Duke and a Duchess, Prince William and Kate Middleton made their official debut to the public today on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, where they kissed not once, but twice.
Prince William got a spouse and the UK got a new princess in Kate Middleton, the not-so-common commoner who wed Wills today after a ten-year courtship. Here's everything you need to know about the lavish ceremony and the hysteria surrounding it:
Finally, we can all move on with our lives.
Prince William and longtime love Kate Middleton tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at London's Westminster Abbey on Friday April 29. Among the 1900 guests were Sir Elton John and husband David Furnish, David and Victoria Beckham, and UK Prime Minister David Cameron and wife Samantha Sheffield. The royal wedding drew a crowd of thousands to the streets of
As you might have heard by now, there's a big giant wedding taking place on Friday and it'll be broadcasted for the entire world to watch.
We're talking, of course, about the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton - an affair so big, you can bet your royal chariot that every major news organization in their right mind will show up to cove it.
That's good news for you, since it means yo
I have a 4 year old daughter at home so I know first-hand that nearly every girl, young and old, has dreamt of being a princess at one time or another. Thanks to timeless fairytales and Walt Disney, we're led to belive that becoming a princess means that all your problems will be instantly solved. You'll marry a handsome man, live in an extravagant castle, and be waited on hand and foot for the re