Front pages from around the world celebrate birth of royal baby boy

Newspapers around the world featured the birth of the 8 lb 6 oz royal baby boy, who was born Monday afternoon. Some papers showed the “golden easel” outside Buckingham Palace; some showed earlier images of Kate Middleton and Prince William looking happy; others captured public reaction to the birth.

Below are front pages from Northern Ireland, Scotland, London, New York, Washington, D.C., and more.

The Sun in London changed its name to “The Son” in recognition of the birth. Front page courtesy of Kiosko.net.
Front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.

The Daily Telegraph front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The Times front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The front page of Scotland’s The Herald appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The Guardian front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The Daily Telegraph front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The City A.M. front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The front page of the Belfast Telegraph in Northern Ireland appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The Washington Post front page appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The Los Angeles Times cover appears courtesy of Kiosko.net.
The New York Times kept its front-page royal baby coverage to a photo. Front page courtesy of Kiosko.net.
North Dakota’s Forum used a Union Jack for its flag. (Front page courtesy the Newseum.)
“It’s a Bloke!” the Philadelphia Daily News trumpets. (Front page courtesy the Newseum.)
A stock photo of Kate for the Daily Express. Photo by Andrew Beaujon.
The Scotsman makes the most of the day’s most indelible image: an easel. Photo by Andrew Beaujon.

Andrew Beaujon contributed to this report.

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