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Princess Anne today said the arrival of a new Prince of Cambridge was "very good news."
"It's nothing to do with me," she told reporters during a visit to the National Mining Museum in Wakefield.
The Countess of Wessex said she was "ridiculously happy" about the birth of the Prince of Cambridge.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have met children at an education centre in Kirby Underdale near York today.
Earlier, the Prince said he was "thrilled and excited" about the birth of his first grandson.
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New grandfather, the Prince of Wales, met 6-month old Emily Scott as he greeted crowds of well wishers on a visit to Bugthorpe in East Yorkshire today.
The Duchess of Cornwall said the Prince of Wales would make a "brilliant" grandfather as she spoke to crowds during a visit.
She told the BBC: "I think it's wonderful news. I think mother, son and father are all well. And I think it's a wonderfully uplifting moment for the country.
"It's very exciting and it's wonderful for the grandfather - he's brilliant with children."
New grandparents the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were met by cheering crowds of well-wishers during a visit to East Yorkshire today.
According to Clarence House, the Prince said he was "thrilled" by the royal baby's arrival.
William's uncle, Earl Spencer, described his joy at the new royal baby.
He said: "We're all so pleased: it's wonderful news."
The Earl, whose sister was the Duke's mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, added: "My father always told us how Diana was born on just such a blisteringly hot day, at Sandringham, in July 1961. It's another very happy summer's day, half a century on."