The party is just getting started, as the British Royal Family welcomes their latest addition. Today's pomp and circumstance is just the beginning. What sort of celebrations can we expect now? Anderson speaks with Max Foster, who broke the news and is outside the hospital; Christiane Amanpour, who is outside Buckingham Palace; and CNN Royal commentators Katie Nicholl and Victoria Arbiter.
Today's Royal birth begins a new era for the British monarchy. But how different will it be from the past? Life behind the palace gates is full of the pomp and circumstance that defined previous generations of royals. Princess Diana was known for breaking with tradition when raising her kids. Now we are learning more about how new parents Will and Kate plan to raise their son. CNN's Randi Kaye takes a closer look.
When William and Kate leave the hospital, where will they go? Their palace apartment isn't ready, and the cottage they are sharing isn't large enough for their growing family. Anderson takes a look ahead with with Max Foster, who broke the news and is outside the hospital, Christiane Amanpour, who is outside Buckingham Palace; and CNN Royal commentators Katie Nicholl and Victoria Arbiter.
Word of the royal birth ends one waiting game and starts a new one. The big question now is what will Will and Kate name their son? Until the palace makes the next big announcement, we can all call him His Royal Highness Prince of Cambridge. But there is plenty of money changing hands right now, as British bookmakers take bets on the new royal moniker. Anderson discusses it with CNN Royal Commentators Katie Nicholl and Victoria Arbiter and Boston University Professor Arianne Chernock.
Princess Diana was known for breaking with tradition when raising her sons. Already, William and Kate seem to be following her lead. In what ways can we expect to see her influence on the new Royal parents? Anderson discusses it with CNN Royal Commentators Katie Nicholl and Victoria Arbiter along with Royal biographer Mark Saunders.
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