PRINCE WILLIAM & KATE MIDDLETON ROYAL BABY NEWS
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As the world awaits the birth of William and Kate's second baby, E! is bringing royal watchers around the globe all the latest inside scoop and information, complete with live coverage from London. Check out E! News every weeknight at 7p and 11p and E! Online all week for around the clock coverage as the world counts down to the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child.
E! News' Chief News Correspondent Melanie Bromley is on the ground in London with the latest and most extensive reporting on the royal bundle. Coverage includes what life will be like in and out of the spotlight for Prince George’s new sibling, and how Prince George’s life might change. Plus, E! News will reveal the surprising changes William and Kate are making to prep for their growing family – from diaper duty to Godparents and a ninja nanny – E! News will take you inside the life of the soon-to-be heir. E! Online’s Royals hub will be dedicated to all things royal baby and provide up-to-the-minute updates on the happenings in London. There will be wall-to-wall coverage of the impending birth ranging from information on who's helping with George while Kate is in the hospital to how the dog was prepped for the new baby coming along. Royalty buffs can also play along with the royal baby naming poll and guess the baby's name and sex.
And when the baby is finally born, E! News and E! Online will be front and center with all the news, first looks, public sentiment and more.
Additionally viewers can follow all the activity as the news breaks across E!'s social platforms on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest at @enews and @eonline and join the conversation using the hashtag #RoyalBaby.
Only E! will have all the minute by minute updates as Kate goes into labor, delivers the baby and the sex is announced. Don't miss out on this highly-anticipated event as E! covers the birth of the second royal baby on-air, online and on social.
E! News airs weeknights at 7p and 11p and visit E! Online for 24/7 breaking news.