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Britain / Royal Baby / The Birth #1061259

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 22, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The birth of a son to Britain's Prince William & Duchess Kate introduced; scenes shown of the message on the British Telecom tower in London.

(London: Chris Jansing) The excitement in Britain over the royal birth reviewed; scenes shown of the crowds outside Buckingham Palace, the official announcement posted on an easel, the town crier. [Several WOMEN, British Prime Minister David CAMERON, Prince CHARLES, Brit Georgie McGRATH‡– comment.] [NBC royal contributor Camilla TOMINEY†- comments on William & Kate’s stealthy arrival at the hospital.] [Paddy Power Rory SCOTT†- comments on the betting on the name.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Live, in-studio interview held with British historian Andrew Roberts† about the new member of the royal family. [ROBERTS – notes it’s the first time since 1901 we’ve had 4 living monarchs at the same time; comments on the popularity of the monarchy.]

Williams, Brian;
Jansing, Chris

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