Queen Elizabeth II has a new great-grandchild
Peter and Autumn Phillips stroll during a visit to the visitors centre with the rest of the royal family at the Castle of Mey on Aug. 2, 2010, in Scrabster, Scotland.
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(CBS/AP) LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II now has a second great-grandchild.
Peter and Autumn Phillips at the Castle of Mey on Aug. 2, 2010, in Scrabster, Scotland.
Buckingham Palace says Peter Phillips and his wife, Autumn, have had a baby girl. Isla Elizabeth Phillips, born Thursday, weighed in at 7 pounds and 4 ounces.
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She will be 13th in line to the British throne, after her older sister Savannah.
The palace said Friday that the 85-year-old queen, her husband the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne and Autumn's family are delighted by the news.
Peter Phillips is the son of Princess Anne. He married Montreal-born Autumn in May 2008.
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