Baby Baby Baby...

This week's headlines have all been about the arrival of the new royal baby.

But while William and Kate get to grips with their first child, spare a thought for our volunteer Phil Rostance who's coping with his SIXTH. 

Phil Rostance with baby William

The ex-Coffee Club presenter is set to make a return to Radio Clatterbridge - despite the recent birth of William Louis!

He will no doubt be glad of the break when he supports John Roberts on Live From The Bridge over the summer.

Phil's wife Claire gave birth to William earlier this month, weighing in at 7lbs 9.5oz.

The couple now have three boys and three girls all under the age of ten.

We're told he's keeping siblings Luke, Emily, Annabelle, Edward and Charlotte entertained.

Next month is Phil and Claire's tenth wedding anniversary - although we're not sure whether they will actually get any time to celebrate.

 

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