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Queen Elizabeth's longtime surgeon and gynecologist, Dr. Marcus Setchell (right), was by Duchess Catherine's side on Monday as she delivered her healthy baby boy at St. Mary's Hospital in London. When Kate was ill during the first weeks of her pregnancy in December, he attended to her, with the help of Dr. Alan Farthing (left).
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THE PRESS SECRETARY
Mother-of-two Ailsa Anderson, part of the Queen's three-woman advisory team, serves as the monarch's press secretary and was responsible for hanging the birth announcement on an easel outside of London's Buckingham Palace for all to see on Monday evening.
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