COPENHAGEN  - Denmark’s French-born Princess Marie gave birth to a baby girl early Tuesday, the second child for her and the fourth for her husband Prince Joachim, the royal court said. “It’s a princess,” the court said in a statement, adding that the latest addition to the royal family was born at 8:27 am (0727 GMT) at Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet, weighing in at 2.93 kilos (6.5 pounds). Mother and daughter were doing fine, the palace said. The baby’s name has not yet been disclosed. Prince Joachim attended the birth of his daughter, who becomes 10th in line to the Danish throne behind Joachim’s mother, Queen Margrethe II, who recently celebrated 40 years on the throne.