The time has come (finally!).
On Tuesday's Live From E!, Ken Baker, Arlene Santana and Marc Malkin were joined by Melanie Bromley from London to discuss the latest updates since the birth of the royal baby.
Melanie shared with us her visitor sightings at the hospital. First up? Carole and Michael Middleton, the new grandparents of the Prince of Cambridge. The two even stopped to talk to the press on their way out of the hospital, glowing with pride and commenting on how beautiful their new grandson is!
Followed by Kate's parents were Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, much to our panel's surprise since they expected Prince William's parents to show up first.
However, Arlene reminded Ken that "Kate did all the work!"
Melanie explained that Prince Charles had to come all the way down from North England to visit his new grandson and that his late visit could mean that Kate would be spending a second night in the hospital like many British mothers. However, we knew something was coming soon when we saw Kate's glam squad arriving at the hospital.
And we were right! The new royal parents left the St. Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing with the 1-day-old royal baby at 7:14 p.m. local time Tuesday.
The new mother looked stunning in blue polka-dot dress by Jenny Packham, a very similar outfit choice to Princess Diana's when she debuted Prince William 31 years ago.
Also on today's show, the group shared with viewers their favorite royal baby headlines. Melanie's top picks (straight from the U.K.) included "Woman Has Baby" from the satircal British magazine Private Eye. Also notable was the name change of The Sun to The Son. Clever!
Finally, watch Beyoncé get her hair caught by a fan during her Montreal concert! When we say a fan, we don't mean a crazy concertgoer who was brave enough to touch the singer. And find out what Ken had to say about his visit to Kris Jenner on her new show!
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