Royal Baby to Meet Famous Grandparents

Newborn heir enters historic family, takes third spot in line to throne.
2:11 | 07/23/13

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A lot of people expect to see prince charles and camilla to see the baby today. And the middletons. Let the spoiling begin. Nick watt talks about the new baby and his family. Let's just call him the british bunch. Reporter: Here's the story of a real couple who just gave birth to an already very famous child. A babe that will get to know his fascinating family. From the king, to grandpa pa, charles. And who will share his eccentric passion in life. Prince charles is an affectionate, loving bad. I think he will be the same with his grandchildren. Reporter: Camilla, her kids from her first marriage have little ones. Let's turn to kate's parents. Carole and michael. A pair of rookie grandparents who will get their hands dirty. They almost have a castle of their own. Would be fine for the baby to be there. Reporter: What about the fun times? That's where the uncles and aunts come in. Notably aunty pippa. The girl about town, named for her fashion choices. I think pippa's going to be a cool auntie. And then, there's prince william's dad, there is larry ra's face. Duh diana didn't want his baby to have a baby of his own. She scared very much for if. And new were here. Reporter: It takes a village to raise a child. In this case, it will take a royal bunch to roiz the littlest oil. Amy and I were wondering. What does prince charles bring

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