Move over, royal baby! There's a new tot in town and it's the daughter of Late Night host Jimmy Fallon! The 38-year-old comedian and his lovely wife, Nancy Juvonen, welcomed their daughter into the world on July 23, just one day after Kate Middleton and Prince William's son was born. Do we smell a match made in royal heaven?
Fallon and his wife, who were married in December 2007, were reportedly "overjoyed about the arrival of their beautiful daughter," a rep for Fallon told People magazine. And the first-time father's excitement was clear when the funnyman delivered a hilarious and heartwarming monologue on his late night NBC talk show.
"Welcome, welcome everybody to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the host opened up his show, "I'm your host, Da-da." The jovial crowd cheered loudly to express their happiness for the new father. Fallon went on to explain how "emotionally drained" he was from experiencing the birth of his daughter, joking that he felt like he was on a four-day conference trip. "It's very taxing on the fathers. I don't know how it is for the mothers, but it's very taxing for the fathers," Fallon quipped before getting sentimental. "I'm the father of a beautiful baby girl, she's so cute. Her name is Winnie Rose Fallon and she's so cute. She's 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Me and my wife are so happy and thank you all for the well-wishes."
With the hospital band still around his wrist, the comedian continued to thank everyone for the thoughtful comments and apologized for not getting back to everyone, especially the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. "Yes, William and Kate, we'll definitely set up a play date. Stop bothering me. I saw the invitation on the easel," Fallon said, earning more laughs. "That's right; everyone's still talking about the other baby, the royal baby."
Fallon's monologue only got funnier as he continued making references to HRH Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, and even took a jab at President Obama! Watch the video below and let us know what you thought about the new dad's routine in the comments section.