Transcript for Baby Archie may be a ginger!
Time for "Pop news." Here's Adrienne Bankert. The world traveller. Oh my goodness. This is so fun. It's been a long time, but I'm getting back on the bike. Britain's newest royal may be taking after his proud papa. There are signs that baby Archie is a ginger. A source tells "People" magazine that Meghan and Harry's little one has tufts of red hair. We don't have pictures of this yet? No. Take the hat off. Two days after the birth the parents said they weren't sure if the baby took after mom or dad noting that babies change every day. We last saw Archie at his christening. We have these beautiful photos and then saw him days later at dad's polo match. Can't see much there. No. We're waiting. Cute little red head. I hope so. They're so cute. Moving on. The police department in Berlin, Connecticut getting help from pint-sized crime fighters. The police we looking for a guy who ditched his motorcycle after a catch and then ran away. These kids released these sketches in crayons pointing out the guy's outfit, blood and one caption, I don't know how to that's what they said the guy was saying. That's a good description. It's like a Monet version. Yes. The police thanked the kids. They were 6, 7 and 8 years old. They were at a playground nearby. Finally a pop quiz. Summer is sandwich season. It's too hot to cook. Which sandwich is America's favorite? Can you guess? I cheated. I read ahead. You did? I wanted you -- There's one right in front of us. Well now you don't have to guess. According to a poll by ugov 79% voted for grilled cheese. It's got everything. It's buttery, crunchy. It's good the oozy goodness of melted cheese. Low fat, high protein. Tastes good with soup. There was a tie between roast chicken and roast Turkey. Followed by roast beef. Grilled chicken? I'm all about the Turkey. Grilled cheese is one of four things my son will eat. Chicken nuggets, French fries and grilled cheese. And Mac and cheese. That's all you need. I like a sweaty pastrami sandwich. What? Dripping. Sweaty? That's not how I want food described.
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