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World media on standby awaiting Royal birth

Monday, Jul 15, 2013 - 01:00

July 15 - The world's media is camped outside St Mary's hospital in London ahead of the imminent arrival of the future heir to the British throne. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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The countdown for the royal baby goes on as the world's media gather outside a west London hospital awaiting the arrival of the future heir to the British throne. The bets are already on with the international media camped outside the hospital for weeks. For NBC's Natalie Morales it's worth the wait. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NBC TODAY SHOW NEWS ANCHOR, NATALIE MORALES SAYING: "It's a great news story, it's so positive. People love this royal couple. William and Kate are everything that represents, you know, the beauty of this country and also, you know, the greatness of the people, and of the monarchy. I think people are saying, you know, this is a sort of new modern monarchy and they're turning a whole new leaf." With the long wait -- there are some rules for the stakeout. The couple themselves have remained vague about the exact date the baby is due other than to say mid-July. But the cameras are ready for when the good news arrives.

World media on standby awaiting Royal birth

Monday, Jul 15, 2013 - 01:00

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