In an announcement from Clarence House this morning, the Royal family shared their delight to announce that William and Kate are expecting their second child.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their second child
— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) September 8, 2014
And of course, the Queen is pretty jazzed about it too!
It was one of the most awaited birthdays in modern history. First came love, then came marriage, and now Prince William and Kate have a baby in the baby carriage. But what will they name him? They revealed it today...
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?
For those of you who slept past 4 a.m. and didn't catch every minute of the royal wedding, 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.
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:
I was reading this story on CNN.com and it put a lump in my throat. It brought back memories of that night 13 years ago when we first learned that Diana had been involved in a serious car crash and later she had died. Memories of that entire weekend came flooding back...
I saw this story this morning. Is this really big news? It was the SECOND story of the National News segment and I can't help but think that it seems the media has the wrong things in mind for what is really news.