Can't get enough about the royal baby born to Prince William and the former Kate Middleton?
ABC anchor Diane Sawyer highlighted that the birth came two years after William and Kate's "fairytale wedding."
CBS anchor Scott Pelley said he could report the birth of "a king of England or at least someone who is line to be." The baby is third in line, after Prince Charles and Prince William, to succeed Queen Elizabeth II.
CBS talked to an American man in the street who said: "Oh, it's fantastic. The whole country seems to be caught up in this enthusiasm, and it's nice to be a part of it."
NBC anchor Brian Williams said the family of three was resting comfortably in a London hospital.
"And a big boy it is," NBC's Chris Jansing said, noting the child arrived at 8 pounds 6 ounces. She highlighted the new parents' simple statement: "We could not be happier."
Amy Robach of ABC said a new waiting game had begun to learn the boy's name and reminded viewers it took a week to learn William's name. ABC's Lama Hasan predicted the baby "will be a big boost" to the country's economy.
If you want to know more about the royal baby, NBC hopes you'll tune to "A Dateline Special: The Little Prince" at 10 p.m. Monday. Natalie Morales hosts the program. NBC can draw on reporting from Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Jansing, Jim Maceda and Kate Snow on "NBC Nightly News" as well as London-based correspondents Martin Fletcher, Ben Fogle, Michelle Kosinski and Keir Simmons.
What a day for the Duchess of Cambridge. Consider how slim she is, that the baby boy weighed in at 8 pounds 6 ounces and that she was in labor for 12 hours.
On CBS' "The Late Late Show," Craig Ferguson told royal baby jokes. "Now, there were just very few people actually in the room for the birth," Ferguson said. "Just Prince William, of course, the father ... Kate Middleton's mother ... and Neil Patrick Harris, I believe was there. Yeah well, he does the Tonys, the Emmys, the royal birth. He's there! And you know what? He makes it better!"