On Tuesday, well-wishers and baby-lovers across the pond and stateside alike oooh'd and aaah'd as the child of Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, made his first-ever public appearance.
Barely a day old, the as yet unnamed third in line to the throne melted hearts with a royal wave prior to being safely buckled into his car seat by his 31-year-old proud papa.
Filling in for Piers Morgan, tonight Chris Cuomo invites Philippa Gregory to offer her insight as to what it will be like for the baby boy who'll grow up quite different from the rest of kids on his block:
"He’s going to live in a palace. So, that will occur to him fairly early on,” says the author of both "The White Queen" and "The White Princess." "He will be introduced to his great grandmother and they will say, this is your great grandmother and you have to bow. You call her mum."
Joining Cuomo for a face to face interview, the best-selling writer notes that despite a country ripe in history and tradition, the newest member of the royal family figures to benefit from a slightly more modern and less withdrawn upbringing:
"What’s very helpful about, you know, his two parents is that they clearly have a quite positive and optimistic relationship with the British public,” she says. "It's playful, and they are quite playful."
Watch the clip for more of Cuomo's interview with Gregory, and for the full episode of "Piers Morgan Live" tune to CNN at 9.
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