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Royal baby getting a cousin — here's how those close family bonds affect childhood

As he arrived only Monday, it's unlikely the fanfare surrounding the royal baby will die down any time soon. There are names to consider, photos to be seen, fashion choices to scrutinize and adorable waves from his sister to fawn over.

But once all of that is taken care of, the public might remember that just last weekend, several

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