And Finally... "Royal" couple both boys (apparently)
CHESTER Zoo's pair of royal starlings - called William and Kate in honour of Prince William and Kate Middleton - have been renamed after keepers discovered both are male.
The birds, hand reared at the zoo, were named after the royal couple to mark their engagement in November - as their natural habitat is in east Africa near to where Prince William proposed in Kenya.
However, keepers have now discovered the pair are in fact of the same sex - forcing a name change to Billy and Nate.
"Royal starlings are very difficult to sex when they are young," said Andy Woolham, team leader of parrots and penguins at Chester Zoo.