Say hello to the new royal baby! The third child and second son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, who was born earlier this morning, just made his first appearance alongside his parents. The Duchess of Cambridge carried the newborn—whose name has not yet been announced—while stepping out with the Duke of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, where their little one was born. After the appearance, the royal couple is set to head back home to Kensington Palace with the child.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were all smiles presenting their new baby boy to the world, just as they were with Prince George in 2013 and Princess Charlotte in 2015. Middleton wore a bright red shift dress with a Peter Pan collar while cradling the infant, swaddled in all white.
Just look at his little face and hands!!!!
The prince was fast asleep as his parents carried him off in a car seat for the ride home.
The little one is fifth in line to the throne following Prince Charles, Prince William, and older siblings, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2. Prince Harry follows him next in line.
Although we still don’t know the name of the royal newborn, royal fans are placing bets on regal names like Arthur, Albert, Philip, James, and Alexander. It may be a couple of days until we find out what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge actually decided to name the baby.
The infant’s first appearance takes place just hours after his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were seen arriving to the hospital to meet the newest member of the family. The royal big brother sported his school uniform for the event, while his sister wore shades of blue and waved gracefully to the crowd (like a pro) while they made their way into the hospital with Prince William.
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