It's a boy!
The highly anticipated arrival of the newest member of the royal family arrived today at 4:24 p.m. local time in London.
After nearly 14 hours of labor, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge delivered a healthy boy weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces.
The official announcement was posted outside Buckingham Palace where Queen Elizabeth II was the first to learn the news.
According to the statement:
"Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well."
Hundreds gathered outside the gates to witness the occasion. As for names, the world will have to wait at least a few more days before Prince William and Kate leave the hospital and reveal the name of their son who is now the third in line to the throne.
For weeks, the world has been obsessed with news of the royal baby. It's an obsession that's not new.
For more than a century, royal fanatics have anxiously awaited the news of a royal birth and here in America, the fascination has reached new highs.
Outfront tonight: Joe Concha is a television critic for Mediaite.
He's been painted as a racist and a murderer, but today George Zimmerman can be called a good Samaritan.
Last week, just four days after being found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman came to the rescue of a family trapped in an overturned car.
The former neighborhood watchman has been in hiding since the trial ended, but apparently, that doesn't mean he's staying indoors.
Victor Blackwell is OutFront in Sanford with the latest.
At New York's LaGuardia Airport, Southwest flight 345 from Nashville was forced to make a faulty landing after the plane had problems with its front landing gear.
Passengers evacuated the plane used emergency chutes shortly after the plane landed around 5:45 p.m. E.T.
According to New York City Port Authority, 11 people suffered minor injuries.
Outfront: Wyndham Manning was at the airport and witnessed the landing gear collapse as the plane touched down for landing.
Another LGA crash photo. Feel lucky to be on the ground right now... pic.twitter.com/VQLSQ3eCUS
— WYNDHAM MANNING (@wmanningiv) July 22, 2013
For the second time in three months there is a horrifying story in the Cleveland area. Thirty-five-year-old Michael Madison was charged with three counts of aggravated murder Monday and three counts of kidnapping after three women were found wrapped in plastic in East Cleveland last week.
One victim was found on Friday in a garage leased by Madison and two others were found nearby on Saturday. Police say Madison may have been influenced by a serial killer and the search for other victims is ongoing.
OutFront tonight: Martin Savidge is in East Cleveland with the latest.