The entire world flipped out when news broke that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at long last celebrated the birth of their baby boy. Now, if there are any jitters for the first-time parents, they can take some sage wisdom from these baseball stars.
MLB's Fan Cave was hardly immune to the same hysteria that spread across the globe, because it asked a few All-Star players for advice on raising the royal baby.
As you will see, some advice is far more helpful than others.
The star of the show has to be second baseman Brandon Phillips, who keeps things simple with, "Be prepared to get peed on."
The birth was covered extensively and seemed to take over social media spheres like Twitter on Monday afternoon. The obvious note is that this was no regular pregnancy, receiving a great deal of attention from every last corner of the world.
Thankfully, Phillips reminds us that there are some ties that bind us all. At some point, Mom and Dad, royal or not, will be getting their hands dirty.
Felix Hernandez and Michael Cuddyer finish things off with the most important advice: Love your kids no matter what.
At least, that is far more sentimental and touching than the hilarious advice the best slugger in all of baseball offered when Miguel Cabrera said, "When the kid cry, let it cry. Don't worry."
Something tells me Miggy's kids will find this video very interesting many years from now. Heck, if the crying gets too intense, the royal couple has an excellent recommendation for a nanny from Clayton Kershaw.
There you have it, William and Kate, all of the advice you will ever need from some of MLB's best.
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