At 4:24 pm British time, Kate Middleton – the Duchess of Cambridge – gave birth to a baby boy. And, while Americans even fought a war to make sure that little boy would never hold any power in the U.S., many Americans were excited to the follow this news. For a week, hundreds of cameras crowded in front of the hospital. On Monday, millions of people watched the international breaking news. Brit’s Pub-patron Sophie Baldwin says she admires the Duchess.
Jim Ertl from Park Rapids wants to know: Is pop music still popular? Brian Perra from Andover wants to know: Why does fresh cut grass smell? Paula Nystrom from Coon Rapids wants to know: What is the succession order of the British monarchy?
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Britain’s famous newlyweds are ready for their honeymoon.
Of all the odd things seen during the Royal Wedding festivities, perhaps one of the strangest was Kathie Lee Gifford drinking Kate Middleton’s favorite drink… a “crack baby”?! Take a look.
t may be the most watched television event in the history of the world. Perhaps 2 billion people will watch Prince William and Kate Middelton get married. So, why do so many Americans care about the royal wedding?
Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 85th birthday today. CBS News offers the latest update on events leading up to the Royal Wedding next week.
The Royal wedding is two weeks away. As the excitement builds for the big day, some crazy things are becoming news in Great Britain.
Twelve years ago, inside the Basilica of St. Mary, a 22-year-old kid put a gold ring on my 23-year-old finger. I did the same. We’ve both sported wedding rings almost every hour of every day since.
Britain’s Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton arrived in Belfast on Tuesday for a one-day visit.
The royal wedding is still two months away, but there is no shortage of media previews on the ceremony and its’ participants.
Red-haired Prince Harry will be his brother’s best man and Kate Middleton’s stylish younger sister Pippa will be her maid of honor at Britain’s April 29 royal wedding.
Have you seeing the commemorative coin celebrating the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton? It’s not the most flattering engraving of a blushing bride you’ll ever see.