This Is How The Royals Announced Kate and William's Third Baby And It's Kinda Hilarious
That's a bit much.
If you didn't already know,! The Royal kingdom is elated after hearing the news. But how exactly did they get the news?
Like a lot of things in Great Britain, certain tasks are done in a formal way. So when the Royals announced that Kate had given birth to their third royal child, it was done in a very... traditional way.
The Town Crier of London announced the birth of Kate and William's brand new baby. If you're English, then you probably already knew that there was a "Town Crier". He literally screamed the news while reading from a very old-school scroll.
He even threw in a couple "God Save The Queen"s.
There was also a formal notice signed by your favourite royals left on this ornate stand in the middle of Buckingham Palace. The notice announced the birth of Kate and William's third child.
A large Union Flag has been raised over Buckingham Palace and a State Standard over Windsor Castle to mark the birth of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child. pic.twitter.com/hcYYluf2fF— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 23, 2018
Last but not least, the Royal Family raised a large union flag over Buckingham Palace to mark the royal birth.
Source: US Magazine