The arrival of a new royal baby on Monday sparked near hysteria among British media and their French counterparts are not far behind.
Granted it's not the busiest day of the news and it was summer, but the French media pulled out all the stops in their coverage of the royal birth.
As soon as he announced the Duchess of Cambridge have gone into labor on items throughout the story Monday on most French news websites.
And some sites go a step further, and launched the up-to-date live coverage of the event throughout the day and late into the night on Monday. And it's not just the more popular press such as Le Parisien, was the most read article on the royal birth.
Centre right daily Le Figaro, a French traditional broadsheet newspaper also launched a live blog "En Direct: This is a child" is still running on Tuesday morning.
For France who may have missed out on all the drama europe1 radio sites have their "par Minutes - Revivez la journée" (Minute by minute - relive the day).
It is not just birth a French press is concerned. Just as for the Queen Jubilee and Royal Wedding French continue to be attracted to the traditions and customs of the British royal family.
A number of feature articles contributed to the traditions and customs of the British royal family and the birth of the future king what is meant for the crown.
"Everything you need to know about the birth of this" - read the headline in Le Parisien and Le Figaro article dedicated to "L'arbre des genealogique Windsor" (Windsor family tree) and "un prince William normal" in a nod to François Hollande many repeated pre-election promises to be "un normal president".
In all Le Figaro has no less than seven articles dedicated to the nobles and the birth of the future king, including one in the baby's star sign, on its website on Tuesday.