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August 19th, 2013
10:43 PM ET

"Shock and dauntingness" Prince William talks about introducing Prince George to the world

Becoming a first time Dad is a nerve-wracking for anyone. But Prince William has to do it with the world's eyes on him and his family. For the first time since becoming a father, Prince WIlliam is speaking out. He sat down with CNN's Max Foster to talk about changing diapers, dealing with the press, and how me made buckling-in Prince George's car seat look so easy.

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August 19th, 2013
10:38 PM ET

New pictures of Prince George

Kensington Palace releasing new photos of William, Kate, and George. But they were not taken by the royal photographer. Instead, they were shot by Michael Middleton, Kate's father. What does this say about these young royal parents? Anderson asks CNN royal commentator Katie Nicholl and Lana Marks, a close friend of Princess Diana.

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August 19th, 2013
10:36 PM ET

New Diana crash conspiracy

Was Princess Diana assassinated? Scotland yard appears to be looking at claims she was killed by Britain's special forces. This latest conspiracy theory comes from the estranged family of a former sniper. The allegations are making big headlines in the British papers. CNN's Erin Mclaughlin has the latest

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August 19th, 2013
10:34 PM ET

Is Princes Diana's death a closed case?

Princess Diana died just about 16-years ago. Despite several inquiries that concluded her drunken chauffeur and the paparazzi chasing them were to blame, Scotland Yard appears ready to delve into a new conspiracy theory. This one suggests she was assassinated by British special forces. But some say however tragic, Diana's death is a closed case and should remain that way. Anderson spoke with CNN royal commentator Katie Nicholl and Lana Marks a close friend of Princess Diana.

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AC360 411: Meet Britain’s new prince
July 25th, 2013
06:11 PM ET

AC360 411: Meet Britain’s new prince

New parents Prince William  and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge,  have taken their new son on his first road trip. Prince George of Cambridge is spending quality time with his grandparents, Carole and Michael Middleton. The royal family left Kensington Palace on Wednesday after announcing the official name of their son and are in Bucklebury, visiting Catherine’s parents.  Here’s the AC360 411 on the new prince:

8 lbs. 6 oz.

The weight of royal baby at birth.

3

The number of first names for the royal baby: George Alexander Louis.

4

The number of first names Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Charles each have.  William’s full name is William Arthur Philip Louis Windsor. Harry is Henry Charles Albert David Windsor and Charles’ name is Charles Philip Arthur George Windsor.

3

Prince George of Cambridge is third in line to the throne after his grandfather Prince Charles and his father, Prince William.

7

If Prince George of Cambridge takes the throne one day he may or may not be King George VII.  His grandpa may choose that name for himself.

15

The number of years the last King George (VI) reigned . He was Queen Elizabeth’s father and his story was famously depicted in the Oscar-winning movie “A King’s Speech” (2010).

31

The age of both Prince William and Duchess Catherine when their son was born.

3

The number of great-grandchildren Queen Elizabeth now has with the birth of William and Catherine’s baby. Her other great-grandchildren are Savannah (2010) and Isla (2012) who are the children of  her grandson Peter Phillips and his wife, Autumn.

2,013

The number of silver pennies coined by the Royal Mint, to be given to UK babies who are born on the same day as the royal baby.

$380 million

The estimated economic boost for the UK economy due to “royal baby mania” – linked to  souvenir sales and much more.


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July 24th, 2013
10:08 PM ET

Someday, he'll be King George

It's the name that's on everybody's lips tonight… George Alexander Louis.  One day that could be King George.  But for now, the royal newborn will likely be a trend setter as expecting parents contemplate names for their offspring.  That name also means big bucks for some, as George was the odds on favorite with Britain's betting public.  The world has been buzzing since William and Catherine made the big reveal today.  Wolf spoke with CNN's Max Foster and CNN Royal Commentator Victoria Arbiter.

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July 23rd, 2013
09:58 PM ET

The Prince meets his public

Bringing a new baby home from the hospital is a life changing moment for any family… even if home is a royal palace.  William and Catherine introduced their son to the world… and vice versa.  Photographers camped out for days and weeks got the shots they were looking for. So what's next for the growing royal family?  Anderson sits down with CNN royal analysts Katie Nicholl and Victoria Arbiter.

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July 23rd, 2013
09:28 PM ET

Diana's friend shares her memories

Catherine is blazing her own trail as a young mother about to raise an heir to the British throne.  As the world celebrated the royal couple's historic homecoming, those who knew Princess Diana kept her in their thoughts and prayers.  Lana Marks was friends with Diana, and shares her memories with us today.

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July 23rd, 2013
02:57 PM ET

Big news in Britain

The big moment has arrived.  The birth of His Royal Highness the Prince of Cambridge, kicking off parties across the U.K., and around the world.  When it was time for the big announcement, the Royal Family did it in a way that only they could.  Anderson takes a look at how the world learned the news that Will and Kate are now Mom and Dad.

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July 22nd, 2013
10:32 PM ET

Britain's big baby bash

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.

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