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It's a son for Melinda and Bill Gates. Rory John Gates (anag: short Jane orgy, shag Jerry onto) arrived at 2:40pm Pacific time on 23 May, and weighed in at eight pounds 12 ounces. Bill, 43, was present at the birth, and was subsequently seen on the Microsoft campus wearing a hospital bracelet. We are told that the couple are "thrilled to be parents again". Again? So what happened to the one they had three years ago? A baby isn't just for Christmas, you know. Melinda, 34, appears to have put herself in charge of the family philanthropy, while Bill concentrates on being the breadwinner. His fortune has dwindled recently as Microsoft shares have dropped around 20 per cent. Jennifer, age 3, (ah, there she is then) was reported to be "very excited to have a brother". ®

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