The arrival of Kate Middleton and Prince William's third royal baby has overjoyed everyone, including grandpa Prince Charles, who admits he's still clueless whether he'll be able to keep up.
The third bundle of joy for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge came on Monday, and news outlets made sure to give the arrival of the royal baby some ample coverage. Of course, his grandfather, Prince Charles, wouldn't want to be behind others expressing their joy of the newest addition to the family.
"We are both so pleased at the news. It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them," the statement hilariously read.
Pretty sure he's just wondering how he'll handle three kids running and roaming around. The newest royal baby is the youngest sibling of Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Of his concern, he should probably expect to have more grandchildren, as his other son, Prince Harry, is set to tie the knot with Meghan Markle on May 19.
Quips and Antics
Well, it's not solely just Prince Charles who have quipped his concern. Prince William has also done the same, albeit as a blatant joke, when he said he has "thrice to worry now." Of the grandfather's antic, pretty sure everybody gets that it's just a funny joke.
However, what's not funny was Prince Charles's words when Prince Harry was born. In Diana: Her True Story, Princess Diana revealed that her husband was disappointed when their second child was born after expecting it to be a girl, which he dismissed as a joke.
Middleton gave birth to an almost 4-kilogram boy at the St. Mary's Hospital, and of course, she and Prince William debuted the newborn at the steps of Lindo Wing before the family heads back to the Kensington Palace. The royal baby's arrival was celebrated with the traditional gun salute, usually done every time a prince or princess has come to the world. Westminster Abbey also rang its bell, which was done in special occasions.
While the celebratory mood is still up in the air, debates are starting to ignite for the name of the third royal baby. It should be noted that the boy's two siblings' names were announced two days after they were born, so the same is expected for the third child.
Arthur, James, Albert, and Philip are the favorite names by bookmakers. Meanwhile, Pippa, Middleton's sister, already visited her nephew at the palace.