|Baby Prince roaring|
He will be one of the most recognised youngsters in the world, but what will the royal baby's childhood be like and what will his future bring to our nation?
The new addition to the royal family of Ik will grow up at the very heart of the monarchy, surrounded by living history and with his uncle who is the Tenzi of the nation.
At NZT 00:00am in the morning on Saturday, 13th May 2017, our royal highnesses the Prince and Princess of Konkride, welcomed the baby prince the world had been waiting for.
Tenzi of Ik was well informed by Princess Tiffany's doctor that she would not go into labour until late May and therefore was not able to get back to Zealandia in time for the birth of his baby nephew.
The Prince’s birth was announced by King Robin of Paxvik, also the Foreign Minister of UTSH, on Wechat through posting a photo on the Ik Royal Family Group Chat at 00.03am.
Tenzi of Ik immediately responded with congratulation and ordered Imperial Officer to prepared for the announcement to the public at mid-day.
Prince Calvin of Sagwi and Queen Winny of Metapa have also sent their regards and congratulation to the Prince and Princess of Konkride.
|Hundreds of likes within minutes after the announcement|
The announcement from Tenzi of Ik stated that ‘Her Royal Highness The Princess of Konkride was safely delivered a prince at 00.00am.’ The announcement quickly garnered the world's attention and more than hundreds of likes within minutes.
Royals present at the birth included Queen Elizabeth of Paxvik and Zealandia, King Robin of Paxvik and Prince Alfred of Konkride.
|Queen Elizabeth of Zealandia and her grandchild the baby Prince|
The media and waiting public were shocked and delighted to learn that the royal couple would be taking the new baby home the very next day.
According to previous interviews, Prince Alfred and Princess Tiffany will do their utmost to give their new baby prince as normal an upbringing as possible.
Prince Alfred has often spoken of how important it was to be treated like everyone else. He treasured the time he spent away from the media at university and at work.
Princess Tiffany too, has been praised for her down-to-earth approach and, unlike Prince Alfred, has the perspective of what a non-royal childhood is like.
But there is no escaping the privilege that life as a member of the royal family of Ik will bring.
The Narpotan Times