Blue-blooded males alert.
The Duchess of Cambridge is due in April so let's get the ball rolling, shall we?
Move over, Blue Steel.
Clarence House announced a due date for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child.
Clarence House announced the news via Twitter.
With Stewie as Prince George, naturally. To promote the DVD release of Family Guy Season 12.
Welcome to your world.
One company ordered 5,000 commemorative plates. For the princess of Cambridge.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced the name of their newborn son, the Prince of Cambridge.
Sorry, Prince No Name, but you've got some tough competition when it comes to being a cute baby. The BuzzFeedAnimals Twitter account did some research. If you missed out on your chance, add your pet's baby picture in the comments!
All this talk about the baby and we have forgotten all about a very important part of the Royal Family: Lupo. He has an update...and it isn't too happy.
Someone had to do it.
Long live the town crier.
From Charles and Diana to William and Kate.
The baby room decorator is in royal trouble.
In summary: one big, sweaty, rowdy mess. The Queen would expect better behavior from her subjects, really.
The Duchess of Cambridge's first look as a new mother: a demure sky blue shift dress by Jenny Packham. Blue for a boy!
The baby totally nailed his first public appearance.
Prince William and Kate Middleton introduce their newborn son.
How many of these will you hear today?
Kate's parents Michael and Carole Middleton visited St Mary's Hospital today, as did Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
It's OK because the host is British. CNN gets a nice jab too.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed a baby boy on Monday. And thankfully the papers had enough time to react.
The best royal baby front cover so far?
While the royal baby is only third in the line for the throne, we can't expect him to wear the crown for another 49 years according to this U.K. government data.
William and Kate's baby boy is also a tiny bundle of economic stimulus; one estimate says Britons may buy up to $238 million in royal baby commemorative items. Here are some of the wackiest and most delightful of the lot.
Eighteen-year age difference? No problem!
The new prince has some competition.
Your world is a bit more complicated than you expected. But don't worry, you'll pick it up.
The royal baby has been born! The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a healthy son Monday, her first child with Prince William.
Excitement over the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby was too non-political for the taste of some.
Don't even bother trying to beat it.
The real issues we should be talking about.
Just FYI, Twitter.
Well, at least he's honest.
Surely some of these could be classed as treason?
Following that long-awaited arrival...
UPDATE: The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a baby boy. The palace has announced that the Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted to St Mary's Hospital in London in the early stages of labor.
This is the greatest dick move in the history of journalism.
As the baby's due date approaches, the palace prepares.
The birth of the royal baby is a serious historic event. Please, don't let that stop you from recognizing it as an opportunity to make booze-filled cupcakes.
Details on everything from the bed William might get to sleep in to the food Kate might eat. It's all so exciting and boring at the same time!
PROTIP: Don't let Twitter name your baby.
ARE YOU SO EXCITED? GET SO EXCITED!
Snarky British media are the best media. The members of the press on royal baby watch outside St. Mary's Hospital have started adding amazing signs to their stake out ladders.
Where to begin?
UPDATE: Baby Boy Cambridge has been added. Meet the royal baby's family and find where they fit into the line for the British throne.
Because why should Will and Kate's spawn get to have all the fun??