Much like yesterday, the news is being dominated by the arrival of the Royal Baby.
Just to ensure that they drag it out longer than Dermot o’Leary announcing the winner of the X-Factor, there’s still no name.
But at least they’ve left hospital and given those journalists who were at risk of actually laying down roots outside the Lindo Wing something to do. I
We’re not sure whether you’ve managed to catch any of the coverage but it’s been a pretty exciting time for Sky news’ Kay Burley. After nearly giving herself a coronary when she discovered that the baby had been born and was a boy…
…she’s also deal with a fan who when asked what he thought of the Royal Birth responded with “’it’s black boy’, whilst twitter branded the gaff ‘hilarious’ and ‘random’ Kay just looked bemused. That chapter wasn’t covered in journalism school.
The Daily Mail seems to be loving it, especially since it’s usually against babies being born in to families that survive solely on our tax payments to keep them going. They’ve had articles on everything from how Carole won’t match up to the saintly Diana to the £80 car seat the baby will be placed in. As one commenter put it “f that baby farted you’d run an article on what it smelt like. – Bob Bobson , Bobsville”
The Sun (or The Son as it’s branded itself today – see what they did there) is also getting in on the celebrations.
They’ve even gone for Son and Hair as their banner tonight – good work!
However, our favourite coverage has to be from Private Eye…
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