Anna Davies, Shine contributor

    Anna Davies, Shine contributor

  • Prince George Is Officially on the Record

    The world has been enamored with the royal baby since December, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced they were going to have a baby, but Prince George, born on July 22, only officially exists as of this morning, when Kate and William formally registered his birth, according to a report from the U.K. magazine Hello.

  • Prince George Already Has It All ... Except His Own Website

    He's the future King of England … but just how powerful is Prince George over his own domain? Domain name, that is. Just moments after it was announced on Wednesday that Prince William and Kate Middleton had named their newborn son George Alexander Louis, the website georgealexanderlouis.com was snatched up by Luc-Andre Biggs, a Portuguese domain-name broker, according to a report from Wired magazine. Biggs could not be reached for comment, nor has he spoken publicly about his motivation for purchasing the name, responding to an inquiry by Wired with, "Why do you want to know?"

  • Some Royal Reactions to Prince George Get Lost in Translation

    Prince Charles told the press he was “thrilled and very excited” and that it was a “wonderfully uplifting moment” for our country—and that he celebrated with his wife, Camilla, by popping a bottle of champagne...

  • Royal Baby Who? Kate Middleton's Dog is Famous Too

    Kate Middleton and Prince William’s royal baby is born (it's a prince!) and the world is celebrating—but Lupo, the royal couple's black Cocker Spaniel Lupo may need a hug.

  • Royal Baby Craze: Queen Elizabeth's Cousin Is Not Impressed

    The royal family seems to have more perspective on the royal baby than the world at large. As hoards of media, fans and royal-watchers huddle around the London hospital where Kate Middleton is expected to labor, it's business as usual for the family of the future monarch

  • Pippa Middleton's Legal Battle with Fake Twitter Account

    While Kate Middleton hunkers down at her parent’s house in Bucklebury awaiting the birth of her child with Prince William, sister Pippa Middleton is going on the defensive, waging a legal battle with Mat Morrisroe and Suzanne Azzopardi, the creators of the Twitter account @Pippatips, according to a story published Sunday in the UK newspaper, The Independent.

  • Twitter Feeds Kate Middleton Delivery Frenzy

    Twitter may be the fastest source for royal baby news, but it's not the most reliable. Case in point: The flurry of false alarms tweets announcing the future monarch's arrival on Thursday.

  • Kate Middleton's Last Days Of Pregnancy: Royal Baby Countdown Fever

    She may have gone on maternity leave a month ago, but it’s almost impossible for Kate Middleton to avoid the spotlight—especially as she only has a few more days to go before her alleged July 13th due date.

  • Kate Middleton's Baby's Insane Family Tree: Beyonce, Angelina Jolie, Uma Thurman

    Kate Middleton and Prince William's unborn baby already has star power. Apparently, the royal baby is related to Blue Ivy Carter the daughter of Beyonce and Jay-Z, due to their shared French heritage, according to Find My Past, an online genealogy resource. ...

  • Royal Baby Already Has A Wikipedia Page

    One more way the Royal Baby is clearly a breed apart from anyone else on the planet? He or she already has a Wikipedia page. It's the first time a person has gotten a Wikipedia page before birth, according to the Daily Beast.

  • Kate Middleton's Breasfeeding Plan: Everyone Has an Opinion

    Will Kate Middleton breastfeed? That's what the world wants to know.Breastfeeding rates in the U.K. have dropped over the past year (about 6,000 fewer women choose to do so in 2012 as compared to the prior year), and Middleton is feeling the heat to become a breastfeeding role model.On Wednesday, Beverly Turner, a UK television, radio presenter, and mother of three penned an op-ed in the Telegraph challenging Middleton to nurse. "What we really need is The Duchess of Cambridge to get her Royal orbs out to feed our future monarch. And to be applauded-not seethed at-for doing so. ...

  • Bachelorette Party Boudoir Photos: Is This Really Happening?

    There was a time when the most challenging part of being a bridesmaid was wearing an unflattering dress. Now some loyal bridal party members are expected to wear a lot less in honor of the bride.

  • Royal Baby Effect: Kate Middleton's Kid Could Make UK $380 Million Richer

    Kate Middleton is still weeks from her due date, but already her baby's a financial whiz kid. Consumer analysts are expecting a $380 million injection into the arm of the UK economy, thanks to the newborn.

  • Kate Middleton Christens Royal Princess Ship. Next Up, Maternity Leave?

    On Thursday, Kate Middleton made an official solo appearance in Southampton, England to christen Princess Cruises’ latest latest ocean liner, the Royal Princess for which she was named godmother.

  • Kate Middleton Breastfeeding Portrait Causes Controversy, Naturally

    The latest portrait of Kate Middleton is not exactly Palace-approved.

  • How Kate Middleton Gossip Happens

    We know how fast Kate Middleton rumors spread-but how are they born? According to a recent report from London's The Telegraph, sometimes from unlikely places.The paper claims that Paul Flattley, 30, a policeman in service for The Metropolitan Police was paid £7,600 (about $12,000) over the course of three years by the British tabloid, the Sun, in exchange for at least 39 tip-offs on celebrities-including Kate Middleton and Prince William.One of those tips contained information about when Kate and William would possibly announce their engagement. ...

  • Don't Shoot the Royal Baby

    Kate's baby bump has been scrutinized endlessly, leaving us all wondering-what's in there and when can we see it? After Kate gives birth, we may have to wait until for the royal family's big reveal. And unless photographers and publishers want to get sued, they should keep their distance from the royal family.When Prince William attended college at St. ...