Royal Baby’s First Poo Bronzed And Displayed For Public Viewing


LONDON, ENGLAND — The entire world has been watching the birth of the new royal baby born to Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. The baby boy was born on July 22 at 4:24 p.m., weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces.

Every moment of this new baby’s life is being captured and adored by millions worldwide — from his birth announcement, to every visitor, to when he emerged from the hospital with his parents, and now even his first poo.

The royal baby’s first poo was immediately gathered, rushed to the royal bronzer, and put on display next to the golden easel where the royal birth announcement was placed. Thousands rushed to see it, snag a photo, or even just a glimpse.

NBC reports it as a “tremendous first accomplishment from the new royal.” CNN thought it was the baby and was quickly corrected.

The bronzed royal baby poo will be on display through the weekend for all who wish to view it.

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