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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

“Will and Kate Plus One” Thursday, July 18 10:00 PM

The Birth of the British Royal Baby: A CNN Special with Kate Bolduan
“Will and Kate Plus One” Will Air Thursday, July 18th at 10:00pm ET

New Day Co-Host Kate Bolduan interviews friends and family of the British royals to gain insight into the first born child of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and William, Duke of Cambridge and heir to the throne.  As the birth rapidly approaches, Bolduan reports from England and Scotland on the journey leading up to the momentous occasion. The one hour special “Will and Kate Plus One” airs Thursday, July 18th 10:00pm ET/PT on CNN.

“We are extremely excited to bring viewers this unique point of entry into the lives of the British royal family,” said Bud Bultman, Director, CNN Documentary Unit. “Kate’s reporting and access combine to make for a fascinating look into this historic moment.”

Bolduan will interview Lady Elizabeth Anson, cousin of Queen Elizabeth II; John Haley, friend of the Middleton family and guest at the Royal Wedding; Lana Marks, personal friend of the late Princess Diana; Graham Butland, Chief Executive, East Anglia's Children's Hospices; and Katie Nicholl, CNN Royal Commentator and author of The Making of a Royal Romance.

Jennifer Hyde is the executive producer, Melissa Dunst is senior producer and Courtney Yager is producer of “Will and Kate Plus One.”

Online, on mobile web and in the CNN Apps, CNN Digital has put together all things royal baby in a special section at Coverage includes an interactive of the royal family tree, articles speculating possible baby names, profiles and galleries of William and Kate and Kate’s baby bump through the months.  On the day of the birth, will be covering events live as they happen from locations such as Buckingham Palace, St. Mary’s Hospital and Bucklebury, home of the Middletons, as available.

Once the baby’s name is announced, iReport, CNN's global participatory news community, will invite people with the same name to join the excitement and impart any wisdom about the name that they share.

To keep up with the latest baby watch developments, follow the story on Twitter at @cnnbrk and sign up for’s breaking news alerts.

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Anonymous said...

Big news : Phil Kent is stepping down as chairman & CEO of Turning broadcasting. He was given the task of fixing CNN for Turner and Kent is stepping down once his contract ends. John Martin is next in line to be the next Turner boss. Down the line many think that is where Jeff Zucker ends up. This is about CNN, HLN, TNT,TBS & Cartoon. Kent has been in charge for more than a decade. Could more changes in CNN management be coming really soon ?

Anonymous said...

So now that Zimmerman is winding down, the royal baby is the next hot topic. Good god CNN is headed down the crapper.

Anonymous said...

Britian can now breathe a sigh of relief. Congratulations....the tabloids await the first photo op and who will have the very first pix of the royal newborn.
The National Waiting time is over.
The new heir to the throne has been born to Kate and William.
Having said that, Kate Boulwin's documentary of the couple on Saturday nite, was redundant and boring. Saw twenty minutes of their on again, off again romance, and then went to bed.