We all know now, that William and Kate’s third child has arrived. The royal couple showed us a glimpse of their third born last night. They were very much happy.
Even after the birth, speculations about the baby haven’t gone down yet.
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His name is likely to be announced within the next 25-30 hours. Standing on the steps of the private Lindo Wing, Kate cradled her new son who was wrapped in a white lace shawl.
The joke that prince William made about the baby.
The couple headed home with William emerging with his son in a car seat and holding Kate’s hand. “Thrice the worry now”, a smiling William said, holding up three fingers.
When they were asked some questions about their new experience? They said: “Very much happy and delighted. We didn’t keep you waiting for too long this time”.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed us a glimpse of their new born prince. The couple was happy and waved to the eager fans waiting just outside the Lindo Wing hospital. #kate #katemiddleton #middleton #dukeofcambridge #duchessofcambridge #prince #william #princewilliam #royalcouple #royalbaby #babyprince #baby #royal #royals #royalty #uk For more, visit theroyaluk.com 💙💙
When asked whether they had decided on a name, he replied: “You’ll find out soon enough”.
A spokesperson from Buckingham Place said: “He has some meetings in the next weeks. But, for the next couple of weeks his focus will be on supporting his wife and family. Prince William will be focusing on supporting Kate”.
Kensington Palace said today: “Their Royal Highness would like to thank all staff at the hospital for the care and treatment they have received. They would also like to thank everyone for their warm wishes”.
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The new prince is fifth in line to the British throne. Also, he is Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s sixth great-grandchild. The new baby is the first boy in the immediate line of succession not to leapfrog his sister.