She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
There's nothing like going home for the holidays!
In fact, even our favorite celebrities are prepping to take on everyone's favorite Turkey Day. Yum!
Though, it saddens us that the royal family never gets to celebrate Thanksgiving since they're all the way in the United Kingdom — can't you just imagine Prince William and Kate Middleton dressing Prince George up as a little turkey?? HIGHlarious!
Still the rest of Tinseltown's famous families are pulling out their cranberry sauce recipes in order to prep for the holiday.
Do YOU think you could handle spending a family dinner with Hollywood's most popular broods??
Well, be sure to find out WHICH famed family you'd be destined to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade with this year (below)!
Things just got real for Prince Harry!
On Sunday, the ginger royal was practically moved to tears after an American marine gave him the dog tags of a fallen comrade at Buckingham Palace. Awww!
The said marine, Kirstie Ennis, recently finished a 1,000 mile marathon trek for charity through Britain with five peers when she presented the touching token to the 31-year-old.
Shocked by the gesture, Prince William's brother responded a bit choked up:
"No I can't, I can't accept this."
However, Miz Ennis seemed resolved in her decision as the tags honored the late Corporal Baune who died in the Helmand Province back in 2012 after his unit was hit by a blast. How sad.
"Please, you know what this means to me, I want you to."
Wow! What a beautiful moment. Which, luckily for us, Kensington Palace snapped a pic of the powerful conversation (below) and shared it on Twitter.
Talk about the total package!
On Thursday, Prince Harry showed the world his serious side as he attended a special service for the the 75th anniversary of the bomb disposal unit in the British Army at St. Paul's Cathedral in London.
This isn't the ginger royal's first appearance to honor those wounded in action as he recently participated in the Walking With the Wounded's Walk of Britain.
However, this most recent event was a bit more formal. Following the service, Prince William's bro met with the family of one serviceman, named Corporal Jamie Kirkpatrick, who was fatally shot in the line of duty.
The Corporal's father shared with the congregation:
They grow up so fast!
"[We] talked a little bit about the children, and he did make a couple of comments about their different temperaments. He said George is very lively and Charlotte is very lady-like. He said they were both delightful, of course."
That's the only five-month-old we know that's described as "lady-like!" Must be royalty or something??
Not to fear — the poppa didn't leave out his four-legged child, Lupo, from the conversation.
When Dobson gifted the prince a book called Fitz and Will the Cambridge Cats, William pointed out a dog that resembled his own and quipped:
"There wouldn't be any lawn left if it was Lupo."
What an adorable, growing fam!
On Wednesday, while participating in the Walking With the Wounded's Walk of Britain, he shared:
"No. You know, at the end of the day, there's a lot of things to get down before settling down. I've got another seven miles to walk now, which I'm really not looking forward to…Eight? Great! I think everyone looks forward to settling down, but in the meantime it's work as usual, so let's crack on."
It seems that Har is turning into quite the workaholic!
The ginger royal's previously participated in the event back in 2011 and 2013 where he went to the North and South Pole. Whoa!
Still, it looks as though all of his recent hard work could be in honor of his later mother.