And not only that, he was in today's news delivering a message that many people are waiting to see - the safe delivery of a baby.
|Fiji born man delivers royal message|
|Publish date/time: 23/07/2013 [17:01]|
A Fiji born man played an important role in the announcement of the news of Prince William and Kate’s baby boy this morning.
The Fiji born man who cannot be named due to protocol delivered the official notification of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s baby boy from St Mary’s hospital in London to Buckingham Palace this morning where thousands of people were waiting outside.
The message delivered by him was then displayed outside Buckingham Palace for the waiting crowds to see.
The British High Commission in Fiji confirmed to Fijivillage that the Fiji born man is a driver for Prince William and Kate Middleton and is thought of very highly to have been chosen to be part of the royal staff.
The Duchess of Cambridge delivered a boy at 5.24 this morning, and the Duke of Cambridge was present.
The baby weighed 3.7 kg.
Prince William said he and his wife Catherine “could not be happier” to welcome their first child.
The mother and her child are both doing well and will remain in hospital overnight.
The baby is third in line for the British throne after his grandfather Prince Charles and father Prince William.
The baby’s name has not yet been announced but he will be known as the Prince of Cambridge.
Story by: Sofaia Koroitanoa