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BY FLORA LYIMO~ IT'S A BOY '' THE FUTURE KING OF ENGLAND IS BORNE TODAY '' CONGRATS TO KATE AND WILLIAM' MBUTA NANGA'' HEBU TIZAMENI WATU WAKISHEREKEA MTOTO KUZALIWA ?? YANI UTADHANI WENGINE NI HAWAZAAGI??



The big day has arrived: An easel stands in the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London to announce the birth of a baby boy, at 4.24pm to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Mary's Hospital
The big day has arrived: An easel stands in the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London to announce the birth of a baby boy, at 4.24pm to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Mary's Hospital''
It's a boy: The message displayed outside the palace telling the world that there is a new prince in the British royal family
It's a boy: The message displayed outside the palace telling the world that there is a new prince in the British royal family''
An overjoyed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the proud parents of a healthy baby boy, as Britain celebrates the birth of a future king.
The couple’s son weighed 8lb 6oz and was delivered at 4.24pm today at the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington with his proud father, Prince William, looking on. 
Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well and will remain in hospital overnight, said a spokesman for the palace. Palace sources said the couple chose to delay the public announcement of the birth to allow them to spend 'quality time' together. 
In a statement tonight William said simply: ‘We could not be happier.’
William's father, Charles, the Prince of Wales said this evening: 'Both my wife and I are overjoyed at the arrival of my first grandchild.  
'It is an incredibly special moment for William and Catherine and we are so thrilled for them on the birth of their baby boy.  
'Grandparenthood is a unique moment in anyone’s life, as countless kind people have told me in recent months, so I am enormously proud and happy to be a grandfather for the first time and we are eagerly looking forward to seeing the baby in the near future.'




The Queen's Press Secretary Ailsa Anderson with Badar Azim, a footman, place the official document
The Queen's Press Secretary Ailsa Anderson with Badar Azim, a footman, place the official document'
Celebration time! Thousands of well wishers mob the gates of Buckingham Palace as the news of the Duchess of Cambridge's baby was revealed tonight
Celebration time! Thousands of well wishers mob the gates of Buckingham Palace as the news of the Duchess of Cambridge's baby was revealed tonight''
The waiting crowds cheer as the Queen's Press Secretary Ailsa Anderson with Badar Azim a footman place on an easel in the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace a notification, to announce the birth of a baby boy
The waiting crowds cheer as the Queen's Press Secretary Ailsa Anderson with Badar Azim a footman place on an easel in the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace a notification, to announce the birth of a baby boy''

Britain rejoices: Monarchists clamour for a better view as the news is revealed outside the Queen's home
Britain rejoices: Monarchists clamour for a better view as the news is revealed outside the Queen's home''
A police officer tries to control a crowd of people trying to get to the railing to take pictures of the notice proclaiming the birth of the Royal baby
A police officer tries to control a crowd of people trying to get to the railing to take pictures of the notice proclaiming the birth of the Royal baby''
It had been planned that the birth would be announced to the world on an easel placed outside the gates of Buckingham palace but, in the event, the press were informed by a statement from the Royal household sent out at 8.30pm GMT.
The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and members of both families have been informed and are delighted with the news.
Prince William will be staying overnight with his wife on the ward at St Mary's hospital. Tonight Royal Protection officers were seen delivering takeaway pizza to the Lindo Wing, presumably to give the Royal couple her sustenance after their tough day.
The long-awaited baby will be given the title His Royal Highness and be known as Prince of Cambridge, after the Queen moved earlier this year to change almost a century of royal tradition.
She issued a formal proclamation in January to end a convention brought in by George V which meant that a royal title was restricted to the children of the sovereign and the children of the sovereign’s sons.
The new baby is third in the line of succession, relegating his proud uncle, Prince Harry to fourth, and great-uncle, Prince Andrew, to sixth – although he may not become sovereign for half a century or more.
Recent legislation allowing female heirs to automatically accede to the throne if they are first born will clearly not affect the Cambridge’s son, but will have a bearing on any of his children.
Royal aide Ed Perkins leaves St Mary's with the official announcement that the Cambridges' son has been born
Royal aide Ed Perkins leaves St Mary's with the official announcement that the Cambridges' son has been born''
 down the steps of the hospital to the street where, right, he hands it to a chauffeur to be ferried across central London to the Palace''
A Jaguar car is driven into the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace bringing the news to announce the birth
A Jaguar car is driven into the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace bringing the news to announce the birth''
After the message's delivery, the Queen's senior Page Philip Rhodes, right, is given the official notification in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace
After the message's delivery, the Queen's senior Page Philip Rhodes, right, is given the official notification in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace''
A day for celebrations: Royal fans mob the gates of the Palace, trying to get the best photographs as the announcement is put in place
A day for celebrations: Royal fans mob the gates of the Palace, trying to get the best photographs as the announcement is put in place''
Soon after the palace announcement was made, a notice giving details about the baby - the third-in-line to the throne - left St Mary's Hospital in London by car for Buckingham Palace.
The announcement read: 'Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 4.24pm today. Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.'
It has been signed by the Queen's former gynaecologist Marcus Setchell, who led the medical team that delivered Kate's baby.
The notice, written on a piece of A4 size foolscap paper, was brought out of the Lindo’s front entrance and rushed, with the help of a police escort, across Central London to Buckingham Palace.
There it was carefully placed on an easel, last used to display the proclamation announcing Prince William’s birth more than two decades ago, inside the palace gates and displayed to an ever-growing crowd.
The new royal baby will be the 43rd sovereign since William the Conqueror if, as expected, it follows reigns by the Prince of Wales then William.
It's a boy: The news beamed in lights from the BT TowerIt's a boy: The news beamed in lights from the BT Tower
In lights: The news was broadcast in a special animation which shone from the BT Tower in Fitzrovia, central London''
Good job: Guy Thorpe-Beeston, Marcus Setchel and Alan Farthing, the medical team in charge of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's newborn baby, leave the Lindo Wing
Good job: Guy Thorpe-Beeston, Marcus Setchel and Alan Farthing, the medical team in charge of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's newborn baby, leave the Lindo Wing''
It wasn't this big... Dr Setchel gestures to the crowd as the medical team make their way home for the night
It wasn't this big... Dr Setchel gestures to the crowd as the medical team make their way home for the night''

Capturing the moment forever: People take pictures outside St. Mary's hospital. The new royal baby will be the 43rd sovereign since William the Conqueror if it follows reigns by the Charles then William
Capturing the moment forever: People take pictures outside St. Mary's hospital. The new royal baby will be the 43rd sovereign since William the Conqueror if it follows reigns by the Charles then William''

Vast: Crowds of tourists and well-wishers gather on the steps of the Queen Victoria Memorial Statue and at the gates outside Buckingham Palace today
Vast: Crowds of tourists and well-wishers gather on the steps of the Queen Victoria Memorial Statue and at the gates outside Buckingham Palace today as they wait for the royal baby to be born''
Preparations: Crowds have flocked to the areas outside Buckingham Palace, where the baby's birth will be announced in the coming hours
Preparations: Crowds have flocked to the areas outside Buckingham Palace, where the baby's birth will be announced in the coming hours'
Excited: Huge numbers of people are gathering outside Buckingham Palace, which has had a red rope erected to control crowds
Excited: Huge numbers of people are gathering outside Buckingham Palace, which has had a red rope erected to control crowds''

Anticipation: For weeks people have been sleeping outside the Lindo Wing, where the baby is born, and now many will also wait outside the Queen's home
Anticipation: For weeks people have been sleeping outside the Lindo Wing, where the baby is born, and now many will also wait outside the Queen's home''
Royal excitement: Enthusiasts gather outside Buckingham Palace today and some tourists cool off in the fountains on what has been the hottest day of the year
Royal excitement: Enthusiasts gather outside Buckingham Palace today and some tourists cool off in the fountains on what has been the hottest day of the year''

Royal baby coming: Members of the public cool off in the pools outside Buckingham Palace today as the country waits for news about the royal birth
Royal baby coming: Members of the public cool off in the pools outside Buckingham Palace today as the country waits for news about the royal birth''

Fever pitch: There were huge cheers and a rushing crowd as the Queen arrived back at Buckingham Palace with her corgis this afternoon ahead of the birth of the royal baby
Fever pitch: There were huge cheers and a rushing crowd as the Queen arrived back at Buckingham Palace with her corgis this afternoon ahead of the birth of the royal baby''

Hahahaa Chezea Bibi wewe,,yani alikuwa hata hayupo Home hapa ndo anarudi na Mbwa wake''hahahaaa'' yani yeye anaona ni kama si ni Mtoto kazaliwa kama wengine tu''haoni hata kama ni kitu cha kusababisha watu kujazana Nyumbani kwake '' yani picha yake hapa inasema yote'mbuta nanga"

Flashback: A bogus easel similar to the one that will be used to announce the royal baby's birth is placed outside the Palace as tourists mill around
Flashback: A bogus easel similar to the one that will be used to announce the royal baby's birth is placed outside the Palace as tourists mill around'
Royal fans: A small crowd gathers outside the hospital over the weekend as royal fans wait for Kate to be admitted to the hospital
Royal fans: A small crowd gathers outside the hospital over the weekend as royal fans wait for Kate to be admitted to the hospital''
Little prince - or princess? Royal supporters have both balloons with them as they wait outside the hospital ahead of the birth
Little prince - or princess? Royal supporters have both balloons with them as they wait outside the hospital ahead of the birth''


Can't wait: Passionate monarchists who have camped out for days and weeks are just hours away from the announcement of the royal birth
Can't wait: Passionate monarchists who have camped out for days and weeks are just hours away from the announcement of the royal birth''

Baker: Teba Diatta holds a cake outside the Lindo Wing, which says 'Come on Kate, we can't wait, give us something to celebrate'
Baker: Teba Diatta holds a cake outside the Lindo Wing, which says 'Come on Kate, we can't wait, give us something to celebrate'
 Wales is surrounded by steam on a visit to mark the 75th anniversary of the world-famous Mallard Locomotive
Grandfather-to-be: Prince Charles out and about in York today going ahead with his normal schedule as his son was at the Duchess' bedside in west London
CONGRATS BABU YAKE KING MTARAJIWA'
Grandfather-to-be: Prince Charles out and about in York today going ahead with his normal schedule as his son was at the Duchess' bedside in west London
Grandfather-to-be: Prince Charles out and about in York today going ahead with his normal schedule as his son was at the Duchess' bedside in west London''

Calm: Prince Charles strolls with his hands behind his back as he passes a train named after his son, who could become a father today
Calm: Prince Charles strolls with his hands behind his back as he passes a train named after his son, who could become a father today''
Dawning realisation: A well-wisher sleeping on a bench outside the Lindo Wing wakes to the news that the Duchess had arrived and is about to give birth
Dawning realisation: A well-wisher sleeping on a bench outside the Lindo Wing wakes to the news that the Duchess had arrived and is about to give birth''
Ring of steel: Large numbers of officers from Scotland Yard have been called in this morning and installed outside St Mary's hospital
Ring of steel: Large numbers of officers from Scotland Yard have been called in this morning and installed outside St Mary's hospital''

The media area outside the Lindo Wing is packed out with cameramen, photographers and journalists there to report on this huge story
The media area outside the Lindo Wing is packed out with cameramen, photographers and journalists there to report on this huge story''
Modern age: Clarence House sent a press release and tweeted when they were able to confirm that the royal baby was on its way
Modern age: Clarence House sent a press release and tweeted when they were able to confirm that the royal baby was on its way''

Wait is over: Two police officers stand guard outside the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, after the Duchess was admitted at 6am
Wait is over: Two police officers stand guard outside the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, after the Duchess was admitted at 6am''
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