Princess Kiko of Japan Has Boy
Japan's Princess Kiko has given birth to a boy by cesarean section. He is the first male heir to the throne in 40 years and third in line to the throne. No name has been announced.
The boy, the first male heir born in Japan since Akishino in 1965, was born at 8:27 a.m. and weighed 5.64 pounds, the Imperial Household Agency said. Kyodo News agency reported mother and child were in good condition.