Royal baby No. 2 is on its way! On Monday, Clarence House confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child. Photo: WPA Pool/Getty
Royal Expert Victoria Arbiter discusses the announcement Prince William and Kate Middleton are having a baby after the Duchess of Cambridge was hospitalized with morning sickness.
Prince William and his wife Kate emerged from St. Mary's Hospital in London to introduce the world to their newborn son, the future king of England; and, a group of friends was snorkeling to try to hear whales when they got way more than they bargained for. Two humpback whales breached the surface and nearly gulped down the divers.
Tuesday: Prince William proposes to his long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton with his mother Princess Diana's ring; Also, abandoned or neglected properties that are creating safety hazards; Plus, two female auto factory workers who fought for equal pay in the late 1960s.
Friday: Doctors in Birmingham, Ala., experience "controlled chaos" while treating thousands of wounded patients after tornadoes swept through the area; Then, Hundreds of millions of people all around the world watched the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William; Also, After what many considered "a normal wedding," Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to usher in a new era of British monarchy.
Thursday: An exclusive interview with the two men who chair Obama's commission on cutting red ink in Washington; Then, Katie Couric examines the nation's mounting national debt; Also, revelations about historical family links between Prince William and Kate Middleton have surfaced.
Fast moving and unpredictable, the wildfire has burned across more than 100,000 acres in a part of Idaho famous for its scenery and known as a playground for the rich and famous; and, Prince William said in an interview released Monday that he is trying to be an independent parent, putting him and Kate Middleton in sharp contrast with other royal families.
Thursday: Rebel forces in Libya move to seize power from dictator Qaddafi; Also, another massive Toyota recall; Plus, the future of teachers' union "In Focus;" And, Prince William and his fiance mark their first official outing.
Mark Strassmann reports from Tuscaloosa, Ala., where tornadoes ripped through neighborhoods, leaving many with nothing and killing at least 36; Then, On the eve of the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William, a party atmosphere formed outside Westminster Abbey; Also, Katie Couric talks to some London schoolchildren and learns about the changing face of their country.
Lives In The House Of Windsor chronicles the prominent members of the British Royal family, from their private battles to their dazzling ceremonies, and their ongoing legacies. This episode provides captivating insights into the imperial lives of Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry.
Ten years ago Prince William and Kate Middleton have first met at St Andrews University in Scotland. While many of Kates' friends are now married and starting their families, she isn't even engaged. One friend said to the Daily Star:" She can hardly believe that all those years have slipped by and she's still uncertain about the future."
Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton marks the beginning of a new and independent stage of his life. But fourteen years after her death, Diana’s influence still lingers. How did her very public life & bitter divorce influence her son?
Althorp, childhood home and final resting place of Princess Diana, is currently the home of Diana's brother, Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer. Nineteen generations of Spencers have presided over this grand estate for more than 500 years. The Spencer dynasty has produced politicians, military heroes, dukes and duchesses and will one day furnish Britain with a king: Diana's son, Prince William.
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