North West or the Royal Baby — Whose Team Are You On? (POLL)
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North West or the Royal Baby — Whose Team Are You On? (POLL)

Summer 2013 seems to be the season of celebrity babies. We’re not sure if there was something in the water last fall, but fast-forward nine months and we’re having a bumper crop of kiddos joining the life of the rich and fabulous. In just the past five weeks, we’ve celebrated two of the most hyped births of the year: North West and the Royal Baby.

Fact: Babies universally equal all things sweet and snuggly. Fact: That doesn’t mean we can’t have a favorite. Fact: The best place to make such an important decision? Newborn Thunderdome.

Cue the fog machine. This diaper’s about to get messy.

Here in the pimped-out nursery that is Newborn Thunderdome, two babies enter, one baby well, actually both kids pretty much have it made in the shade for their entire lives. Still, a winner’s a winner.

So whose team are you on? We’ve lined up the stats for both new additions. Take our poll and tell us who you chose as The One Baby to Rule Them All.


Born: June 15, five weeks premature
Gender: Another Kardashian girl!
Nicknames: Nori, Baby Yeezus, The-Baby-Who-Must-Not-Be-Photographed
Birth place: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
Weight: 4 pounds, 15 ounces
Parents: Socialite Kim Kardashian and rap mogul Kanye West
Future occupation: Continuing the proud family business of reality TV stardom. Potential moonlighting on father’s upcoming albums.


Born: July 22, between seven and nine days overdue
Gender: It’s a boy!
Nicknames: His Royal Highness Prince of Cambridge, Lil Windsor, The Once and Future King
Birth place: St. Mary's Hospital in London, England
Weight: 8 pounds, 6 ounces
Parents: HRH Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton
Future occupation: Third in line for the English throne. Breaking hearts all over the world.

MORE: Baby North West latest news here!
MORE: Royal Baby latest news here!

Nothing and nobody is higher than North.

The Royal Baby! Emphasis on the royal.