Prince George, Princess Charlotte Share A Sweet Moment While Visiting Third Sibling

Prince George, Princess Charlotte Share A Sweet Moment While Visiting Third Sibling

Prince George, Princess Charlotte Share A Sweet Moment While Visiting Third Sibling

The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge introduced their lovely baby son to the world on Monday, just hours after Kate gave birth after being admitted to the Lindo Wing in the early hours of the morning.

The proud parents stepping out on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital here in central London with their little baby boy, just a few hours old. Kate looked radiant in red as she carried newborn baby Cambridge, with William standing by her side.

Kensington Palace announced that the baby boy had been born at 11.01 on the morning of April 23, 2018. So for now, she's been spending that time hanging out in Kensington Palace with Kate, William, and 3.

'We're very happy, ' said William, adding, 'Now we've got thrice the worry!' Bookmakers have made Albert, Arthur, Jack and Fred the favoured names for a boy. 'It was a lovely day in London and the streets were full of fans who couldn't believe they saw Charlotte and George as well as the much-awaited new royal bub!'

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However, a new law introduced just after Prince William and Catherine married in 2011 gave daughters equal right to the throne, meaning the little prince will fall in line behind Princess Charlotte.

Up until 2013, the birth of a male would always trump an older female sibling for a spot in the succession to the British throne. William's brother, Prince Harry, is now sixth.

No name for the child yet, that will come in the next couple of days, as is royal tradition.

He has been determined to play a hands-on role in bringing up his children while also protecting their privacy, an issue close to his heart after the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in a 1997 Paris auto crash as her limousine sped away from pursuing paparazzi.

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