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With Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, delivering a baby boy on Monday, this evening "Piers Morgan Live" will bring viewers an hour of live coverage dedicated entirely to the arrival of the "Royal Baby."
"New Day" co-anchor Chris Cuomo fills in for Piers Morgan, pulling his chair up to the anchor desk, while reporters across the pond provide the latest details on one of the most-anticipated deliveries in recent memory.
Tune to CNN at 9 for live coverage, as India Hicks, Christiane Amanpour, Katie Nicholl, Matthew Chance, and Max Foster all contribute to a program that promises to offer all the pomp and circumstance that one might expect from the birth of a boy who could one day sit on the British throne.
Note: The original scheduled hour hosted by actor Matthew Perry will be seen on an evening in the near future.
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There is no such thing as royalty. Your decedents of England's dictators are not special people. I can't believe you are gullible enough to willingly pretend like they are better than you. We escaped that absurd circus 240 years ago, and you can too. Be free!
I must express my sheer disappointment at CNN's 'William, Kate Plus One" that's airing on CCN on the East coast at 10pm. How can there be no accountability at such a prestige organization? The Union Flag upside down, really? Back in the Motherland that is illegal. Please correct. Cheers, Lee
Talk, so chaeap these days...
This is a very BIG deal (CNN) tells us so. The people are so happy another royal being feed off the little peoples tax dollars.
Don't blame the little guy he was born into it.
Time for the royal press to come out and tell me how wrong I am. Like it only takes 1 or 2 percent of the tax dollars in a life time to fund a life of a royal. Ill go with with that, please send 1 % I'm special depending on who you ask. I have 3 very special kids please send them 2 % or whatever number you come up with.
THANK YOU PAUL FOR TELLING US "THE BRIT'S COMING:)
Shocking to hear an English woman, your CNN Royal correspondent, Katie Nicholls speak bad English. There is no excuse for "very unique". Unique is a word that has no qualification, ever. Next she will be saying "very sui generis"
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