Prince William and Kate register new son Louis's birth

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Kensington Palace marked the occasion with an adorable throwback photo from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding day in 2011.

Their fairytale wedding took place the following year at London's Westminster Abbey, where Kate stunned in an Alexander McQueen gown while William wore his vibrant red Irish Guards Mounted Officer's uniform. Turns out, when royals are born, they get a plain old birth certificate just like the rest of us. The auto is adorned with balloons and streamers while the license plate reads "JU5T Wednesday".

Another child will no doubt skyrocket the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's costs. The document for Prince William and Kate Middleton's third child was released on Tuesday, May 1, and there are some details on the piece of paper that we can't help but laugh about. In 2010, Prince William popped the question with a stunning sapphire and diamond engagement ring that once belonged to his mother, the late Princess Diana.

Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges said it brought him "heartfelt joy" to congratulate Prince William and Catherine on the birth of their "beautiful bonny boy". And the way they tell stories is such an effortless thing.

The 36-year-old Middleton has two siblings, so she's used to a big family and might be trying to recreate that same dynamic.

Parenthood, the friend adds, "suits them really well". The deputy registrar on George and Charlotte's is the same, but there's a new one listed on Louis'.

Locals in her hometown of Bucklebury are thrilled about the new little prince. All because she's a girl.

"Everyone around here is thrilled for them".

In honor of the anniversary, Kensington Palace posted a sweet throwback pic to Instagram Sunday of the couple driving away from their wedding in a convertible with a "JU5T WED" license plate.

The princess was pictured collecting posies, peering out of the windows of their plane with brother George - but also having a little tantrum on the tarmac.

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