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Facebook: Women More Interested In Royal Baby

MENLO PARK, Calif., (UPI) —  Facebook, based in California, said its analysis of royal baby Prince George mentions on the site found women were more interested than men.

The social networking site said its analysis of mentions of the son of Prince William and Kate, duchess of Cambridge, during the first hour after his birth found women ages 18 to 44 were the most likely to post about the infant, followed by men ages 18 to 24, CNET.com reported Wednesday.

Facebook said the male age group was followed by women ages 45 to 54.

The website said British Facebook users were the most likely to mention the baby, followed by users in the United States, Canada, Italy and France.

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