Update: This morning on "New Day," Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has been admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in the early stages of labor, Buckingham Palace announced Monday morning.
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In the meantime, check out CNN’s Kate Bolduan's preview in the video above of “Will and Kate Plus One,” CNN's royal baby special. It aired this past Thursday, July 18th, and it took a deeper look at Will and Kate's first-born child and how it will affect the monarchy.
CNN Special “Will and Kate Plus One” Premiered July 18
“Will and Kate Plus One” Aired Thursday, July 18th at 10:00pm ET
New Day Co-Host Kate Bolduan interviews friends and family of the British royals to gain insight into the first born child of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and William, Duke of Cambridge and heir to the throne. As the birth rapidly approaches, Bolduan reports from England and Scotland on the journey leading up to the momentous occasion. The one hour special “Will and Kate Plus One” aired Thursday, July 18th 10:00pm ET/PT on CNN. It aired on CNN International Saturday, July 20th at 9:00pm CET, and replays Sunday, July 21st at 12:00pm CET.
“We are extremely excited to bring viewers this unique point of entry into the lives of the British royal family,” said Bud Bultman, Director, CNN Documentary Unit. “Kate’s reporting and access combine to make for a fascinating look into this historic moment.”
Actor Cory Monteith's autopsy results have been released and confirm that it was a deadly cocktail of heroin and alcohol that took his life, CNN's Nischelle Turner reports.
"There's absolutely nothing at this point, no evidence, to suggest this is anything other than the most sad and tragic accident," says Barbara McLintock, BC Coroners Service.
Police say they believe Monteith had been dead for several hours before being found in his hotel room in Vancouver.
Representatives of his girlfriend Lea Michele sent CNN this message on her behalf:
" ... Lea has been grieving alongside his family and making appropriate arrangements with them. They are supporting each other as they endure this profound loss together."
The overdose is leaving many 'Gleeks' wandering what the show will do in light of Monteith's death. CNN has contacted FOX about the show's future, but the network has not made any announcements.
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