Following the announcement of the birth, ITV News aired a special one-hour programme from 9pm – 10pm.. Mary Nightingale fronted the programme with Tim Ewart at St. Mary’s Hospital, Nina Nannar at Buckingham Palace, Chris Ship in Downing Street, and… Read more
8.30pm: Sophie Raworth presents BBC News’ coverage from Buckingham Palace..
Kate has given birth to a baby boy weighing 8lbs 6oz.. Baby was born at 4.24pm this afternoon..
8pm: Anna Botting takes over from Jeremy Thompson at Buckingham Palace
7pm: Annita McVeigh takes over from Simon McCoy presenting from St. Mary’s Hospital..
5pm: Joanna Gosling takes over from Jane Hill at Buckingham Palace
5pm: Jeremy Thompson fronts Sky News’ coverage live from Buckingham Palace
2pm: Colin Brazier hosts Sky News’ coverage from outside Buckingham Palace.
Sky News’ Rhiannon Mills reports from Bucklebury, the family home of Kate Middleton.
Sky News’ former Royal correspondent, Sarah Hewson, presents coverage from Buckingham Palace..
A special edition of Boulton & Co saw Adam Boulton present from the studio in Westminster, while Kay Burley and Sarah Hewson hosted coverage from the Hospital and Buckingham Palace..
From 11.05am, BBC News’ Jane Hill presents Royal Baby coverage from outside Buckingham Palace
Daniela Relph reporting from outside Buckingham Palace:
From 9.20am, Sky News’ Dermot Murnaghan presents from Buckingham Palace
“Plenty more to come from here [St Mary’s Hospital] of course, none of it news, because that will come from Buckingham Palace, but that won’t stop us, we’ll see you later!”
From 9am, Sky News’ Kay Burley presents from outside St. Mary’s Hospital
At 8.28am, the BBC News Channel broke away from Breakfast as usual with Rachel Schofield in the Studio and Simon McCoy outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital.
Nicholas Witchell reports from outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s hospital.
Stephen Dixon broke the news on Sky News Sunrise at 7.31am, with Paul Harrison at St. Mary’s Hospital:
Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid broke the news on Breakfast at 7.31am this morning, with Nicholas Witchell at St. Mary’s Hospital: