A nanny trained at the famous Norland College in Bath has been chosen by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to take care of Prince George.
Turrion Borallo, who's originally from Spain, will join William and Kate on their tour of New Zealand and Australia next month
The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge is now on display at The Holburne Museum in Bath. It was painted by Bradford on Avon artist Paul Emsley.
It was first seen in the National Portrait Gallery and attracted much comment - not all of it flattering - but it does have royal approval.
Jane Solomons has the story:
The first official portrait of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge is going on show in the West Country.
The painting by Paul Emsley from Bradford on Avon has been on display at the National Portrait Gallery, in London but from Saturdayit will be exhibited at the Holburne Museum in Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge at his studio in Wiltshire.
It will be unveiled on Friday.
Paul said it was not the easiest of commissions:
Bradford-of-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of The Duchess of Cambridge. Kate visited his studio in Wiltshire:
A couple from Bristol are celebrating the arrival of their baby boy who will share the same birthday as the Prince of Cambridge.
Ian and Kelly's son Ashton arrived at Southmead Hospital just after 10.30am yesterday morning and will receive a silver penny from the Royal Mint to mark the occasion.
Jonty Messer went to meet them:
Tonight on ITV West Country at 6pm, Jonty Messer reports on some of the region's other new arrivals. Pictured is Kelly Lloyd with her new son Ashton, born yesterday at Bristol's Southmead Hospital.
Ashton will be able to claim a commemorative silver coin from the Royal Mint, as he shares a birthday with the little Prince of Cambridge.