Royal couple announce

newborn son's name

Tired but beaming, new parents Meghan and Prince Harry presented their 2-day-old son to the world as he slumbered Wednesday and also revealed his name: Archie.

The royal couple, known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex since their marriage not quite a year ago, said the full name of the child born seventh in line to the British throne is Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

The baby slept peacefully through his carefully orchestrated media moment. Standing in the vast, red-carpeted St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle, Harry cradled the newborn in his arms.

 

R. Kelly's lawyer

says singer can't read

R. Kelly spent much of Wednesday in Chicago courtrooms, with his lawyer explaining to one judge that the singer didn't respond to a lawsuit brought by one of his sexual abuse accusers because he is illiterate and with Kelly paying $62,000 in back child support during a second hearing.

Judge Moira Johnson vacated a default judgment she made against Kelly after the singer failed to respond to a lawsuit brought by one of the four women he's charged with sexually abusing. Johnson reinstated the lawsuit after one of Kelly's attorneys explained that the singer was in jail when he was served with the lawsuit documents and that Kelly didn't respond because he can't read.

 

Billy Bush to return

to TV with 'Extra Extra'

Billy Bush is getting back on TV.

The TV host, who has been without a job since the infamous 2005 tape involving President Trump’s lewd comments about women emerged in 2016, is set to start a gig with “Extra Extra,” a spinoff of the entertainment news show “Extra,” he told People.

Bush, 47, was let go from his job on the “Today” show in October 2016, shortly after the years-old recording surfaced.