You can pretty much divide the world into two camps - those who crave every detail about Prince William and Kate's unborn baby and those who couldn't care less about the latest Royal pregnancy.
The baby is already under pressure to "save the union." CNN's Jeanne Moos explains.
"Prince William's Passion: New Father, New Hope" premieres on CNN on September 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET
In London, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a charity event for wildlife conservation. It was the first time the royal couple left their new baby, Prince George, at home with the nanny.
Max foster is OutFront where the red carpet event took place.
The Duchess of Cambridge made her first official appearance Friday since giving birth to Prince George, five weeks ago.
Kate Middleton and Prince William helped kicked off an ultra-marathon near their home in Wales, leaving little George home with her mother, Carole Middleton.
And in keeping with her stylish reputation, Kate thrilled the public with her casual elegance and her post post-baby physique.
OutFront: Eloise Parker, royal watcher and People.com contributor.
It’s been just over one week since Prince George of Cambridge was presented to the world by his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, in an iconic pop culture moment on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in London. It was like Rafiki presenting Simba in "The Lion King" for the first time. (Cue "Circle of Life.") Except this was the second time. Princess Diana showed off Prince William as a newborn at the very same hospital.
And the similarities don't stop there. It was 1982 when Princess Di surfaced from the hospital wearing a loose-fitting green and white polka dot dress. This time around, Kate Middleton wearing a custom Jenny Packham blue dress with white polka dots, proudly displayed her postpartum bump when she handed the baby to all-grown-up Prince William.
The other thing that hasn't changed much is the media's relentless coverage of the princesses. The paparazzi are as aggressive as ever, tracking down Middleton in France last September as she sunbathed topless. And the tabloids are all too ready to publish them with a cover line that is going to sell the most rags. In the U.S., for instance, the magazine industry raked in an estimated $31 million from the Royal Wedding in 2011.
In the case of the topless photos, though, Kate and Prince William took legal action against the photographer and the French magazine that published the photos. According to Hollywoodlife.com, both are now facing criminal charges. Did the royals scare the tabloids away?