What a whirlwind weekend it's been for the nation as we welcomed in a new princess to the royal family!
She may not have a name yet but she's already captured the hearts of the great British public - Nick Dixon takes a look back at her first 48 hours.
It's sort of like a war zone.
Over the weekend three people, including a 101-year-old man, were pulled alive from the rubble of their home eight days after Nepal's devastating earthquake. The death toll now stands at more than 7000.
Our chief correspondent Richard Gaisford spent last week in Nepal speaking to some of the families whose homes and lives have been torn apart by the earthquake and today we're joined now by Joanna Lumley, who launched the DEC's Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
The question is how do we make our voice heard more loudly at Westminster and a big vote for the SNP on Thursday ... can make sure Scotland's voice is heard.
With a few days of campaigning left before Thursday's election, the national polls still show the Conservatives and Labour neck-and-neck. But it's a different story in Scotland.
The polls there suggest the SNP could win almost all of the 59 seats available - potentially making them a powerful voice in Westminster. The leader of the SNP Nicola Sturgeon joins us live from Edinburgh.
Royal gun salutes will be fired and the bells at Westminster abbey will ring out today to mark the birth of the nation's new princess.
And while formal celebrations take place, the guessing game as to what name the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will choose for their daughter continues.
The Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour with her second child.
She is in the early stages of labour and has been admitted to St Mary’s Hospital accompanied by Prince William, Kensington Palace has confirmed.
These royal fans, who have been waiting at the hospital for the past twelve days, have to leave tomorrow - so they must be delighted!