Baby Cambridge, the son of the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William, arrived amid much fanfare on July 22. The baby, who is third in line to the throne, was greeted with congratulations around the globe. Here is a by-the-numbers look at the baby's arrival, from William's paternity leave to commemorative coins and souvenirs.
Not even a day old, the baby already has one building dedicated to him.
- Read the royal baby blog
- Read the royal baby buzz on social media
- Follow the interactive on who's who in the House of Windsor
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said an enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Park Zoo would be named after the prince as part of a gift from the country. The government would donate 10,000 Australian dollars on the young prince's behalf toward a research project at the zoo to save the endangered bilby, a rabbit-like marsupial whose numbers are dwindling in the wild. The prince's name, when known, would be added to the bilby enclosure.
"I don't know if the Royal Family would need this, but we'll probably give them a free pass to Taronga Park Zoo as well," Rudd said.