Family business

Good work if you can get it: Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, have formally registered the birth of their son, whose complete moniker is His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge.

The couple listed their occupations as prince and princess, respectively. The Buzz hears those jobs aren’t as great as they sound. For one thing, you have to wait for someone to die to get a promotion.

Beauty care tip: Clients at a luxury spa in New York are shelling out $180 for facial treatments made from bird excrement.

If you can’t afford that, don’t worry: You can get pretty much the same thing by standing outside an Ivar’s and tilting your head skyward while holding a bag of French fries.

Did she name him Jared? A 21-year-old woman rushed into a Subway in Nevada on Friday and promptly gave birth to a baby boy on the restaurant’s restroom floor.

Workers laid Subway wrappers and trash bags on the floor for sanitation. They would have moved the sneeze guard in there, too, but there wasn’t time.

— Mark Carlson and Jon Bauer, Herald staff

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