Kate Middleton Gives Birth To Royal Baby Number Two

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Kate Middleton gave birth to her second child at St. Mary’s Hospital in west London Saturday morning, a little girl weighing eight pounds and three ounces, the palace has confirmed in a statement.

The baby — now the Queen’s fifth great-grandchild — joins the line of procession behind its grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William and brother Prince George. (RELATED: Here’s When Kate Middleton Is Going To Have Her Baby [PHOTOS])

The name of the child has not been announced yet.

And, of course, just like with Middleton’s first child, a substantial crowd gathered outside the hospital’s Lindo Wing to get a first glance at the baby.