Good morning, it's Wednesday and another baby has been born into the British royal family.
The announcement has been made that Queen's granddaughter, Zara Phillips and husband Mike Tindall welcomed another baby girl at Stroud Maternity Unit in Gloucestershire on Monday, June 18, Buckingham Palace Palace has confirmed.
After revealing in 2017 she'd suffered a devastating miscarriage during her last pregnancy, it's great news to hear that both Zara, 37, and baby are reportedly doing well following the delivery, and the little girl—who is yet to be named—weighed in at 9 lbs 3 oz.
The palace shared that "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Princess Royal, Captain Mark Phillips and Mike's parents, Mr Philip and Mrs. Linda Tindall, have been informed and are delighted with the news."
Zara, who is the daughter of Princess Anne and first cousin to Princes William and Harry, was heavily pregnant when she attended the May 19 wedding between Harry and Meghan Markle.
Zara and Mike got married in 2011, and this is their second child; their oldest daughter Mia is now four-years-old.
This new baby will not have a title as her father, who is the former captain of the English rugby team, is without a royal title. But she still sits at 19th in line of succession to the British throne, knocking Princess Margaret's children (and everyone behind them) down a spot.
Until she was born, Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest son, Prince Louis born in April, was the Queen's youngest great-grandchild; the monarch now has seven great-grandbabies in total.