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Royal baby news makes it onto all the front pages of today's newspapers

The birth of the royal baby makes it onto all the front ages. Credit: @telegraph / Twitter

A beaming Duke of Sussex is pictured across Tuesday’s front pagesafter Meghan gave birth to a baby son.

Several pick out Harry’s proclamation that the “little thing is absolutely to-die-for”.

The duke said he was “so incredibly proud” of his wife during an appearance at Windsor Castle’s Royal Mews.

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Harry said Meghan and the baby were “doing incredibly well” and it had been “the most amazing experience”, the Daily Telegraph reports.

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The infant was born at 5.26am as day broke on Monday, The Sun reports.

The baby was born with a birth weight of 7lb 3oz, the Daily Express reports.

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Meghan had hoped to give birth at home, but the 37-year-old was taken to hospital in London, the Daily Mail reports.

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Harry appears on the front of The Guardian, although the paper leads with warnings over human destruction of natural habitats.

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The warnings, which come after a landmark UN report, are also on the front page of the i.

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A global recruitment drive for tens of thousands of foreign nurses will be launched by the NHS, The Times reports.

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Donald Trump’s threat to slap tariffs on all Chinese imports and the resulting market jitters lead the Financial Times.

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