Royal Baby Arrives: Kate Gives Birth To Baby Girl

The Duchess of Cambridge "safely delivered" her daughter Saturday morning, according to Kensington Palace. The baby girl, whose name hasn't yet been announced, is now fourth in line to the throne.
Posted at 6:51 AM, May 02, 2015

After weeks of waiting on the Duchess of Cambridge to give birth, the newest addition to the royal family is now here.

"We welcome with humble duty the new baby of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge," the unofficial town crier said Saturday.  (Video via The Telegraph

Kate gave birth to her second child — a baby girl — at 8:34 am London time on Saturday morning at St. Mary’s Hospital in London. (Video via The British Monarchy

We don’t have a name yet for the new princess but we know according to Kensington Palace, the baby weighs 8lbs, 3oz and both Kate and baby are “doing well.” (Video va ODN

Prince George, who’s approaching two years old, now has a baby younger sister. (Video via Sky News

The baby now becomes the fourth in line to the throne after Prince Charles, her father William and older brother George. (Video via ABC

The new line of succession means Prince Harry, currently fourth in line, drops to fifth.

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