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Celebrities Tweet For Royal Baby's Naming

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Today on "The List" thankfully the first part of the Great Kate Wait is over and we now have a future King of England. Next the wait for the name and of course that first glimpse of the baby boy. As we wait sincere congratulations from all over the world on the birth of the royal baby are coming in.

Millions of well wishers, but of course some of the world's more high profile cynics are finding the funny in the whole thing.

And that's today's list, some of our favorite tweets from Hollywood.

  1. The folks at Comedy Central took the early cheap shot.. tweeting "you can tell the royal baby is British because he doesn't have any teeth."
  2. Author John Green had some thoughts about the baby's name: Anything but Henry anything but Henry anything but Henry anything but Henry anything but Henry anything but Henry #royalbaby
  3. Best selling author and comedian Andy Borowitz tweeted a picture of the crowds waiting with the message.. breaking news millions of British have nothing to do.
  4. Jeff Daniels tweeted, I will pay good money if they name the royal baby...royal.
  5. And David Spade...who now shares a birthday with the new royal...was just...well.. annoyed..his tweet: "stupid royal baby comes out early to ruin my bday? 6 mins old and this __blank__  is already more famous than me? not cool #ididtheclubcircuit

By the way, the royal baby birthed a bunch of Twitter activity. According to the social media platform, 25,300 tweets per minute at it's peak. And from the time the birth was announced until late Monday evening, the babe got two-million mentions.

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