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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

The royal wave: Baby Cambridge greets the world as proud parents Kate and William take their tiny son home to Kensington Palace

The world has seen the royal baby for the first time as the future king left hospital with his ecstatic parents yesterday evening, who revealed they had not yet chosen him a name.
Prince William and Kate waved and smiled broadly to the waiting cameras as they held their prince on the steps of the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London, 26 hours after he was delivered, weighing 8lbs 6oz.
Speaking for the first time since giving birth, an obviously moved Duchess of Cambridge said: 'It's been very emotional. Any parent will know what this feeling is like.'
As they left St Mary's carefully cradling their precious child, the Duke of Cambridge followed the steps his parents Charles and Diana took with him 31 years ago, when he was born there on June 21, 1982.
'He's a big boy, quite heavy. We're still working on a name,' he told reporters, adding: 'Well he has a good pair of lungs on him, that's for sure.'
Special moment: Prince William and Kate waved and smiled broadly to the waiting cameras as they held their prince on the steps of the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London
Special moment: Prince William and Kate waved and smiled broadly to the waiting cameras as they held their prince on the steps of the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London
New life: The baby was crying in its car seat as its father took him to their waiting car yesterday evening
New life: The baby was crying in its car seat as its father took him to their waiting car yesterday evening
Magic: With the wold watching, Kate and William hold their prince outside the Lindo Wing in a genuinely historic moment for Britain
Magic: With the wold watching, Kate and William hold their prince outside the Lindo Wing in a genuinely historic moment for Britain

Emotional: The new mother looked delighted as she looked down at her first child while her husband waved to the excited crowds
Emotional: The new mother looked delighted as she looked down at her first child while her husband waved to the excited crowds

Protective: The baby was wrapped in a white shawl - Kate held her new son closely to her chest as she waved to the impressive crowd
Protective: The baby was wrapped in a white shawl - Kate held her new son closely to her chest as she waved to the impressive crowd



Gentle: The trio take their first steps together into the outside world together as the prince starts his life
Gentle: The trio take their first steps together into the outside world together as the prince starts his life

Confirming that the prince was overdue, William said: ‘I will remind him of his tardiness when he is older.’
With a huge smile he then added: ‘He’s got her looks thankfully’ to which the Duchess responded ‘No, no, no I’m not sure about that.’
The Duchess wore a lilac purple dress, with her long hair falling in waves around her face. The new father wore a blue open neck shirt rolled up to his elbows with black trousers.
She revealed that her clearly hands-on husband had already changed his first nappy.
The couple then returned to the hospital as William held his son, swaddled in a blanket, before bringing him out again in his car seat.
The Prince was heard to affectionately call Kate 'Poppet' as he ushered her back to the Lindo Wing.
William then visibly breathed a sigh of relief when he successfully installed his baby on the back seat with his wife, before driving them home to Kensington Palace cheered on by a huge crowd.
Their child is now third in the line of succession, displacing Prince Harry to fourth and the Duke of York to fifth, although he may not become sovereign for half a century or more.
Caring: As his wife walked down the steps, William placed a protective hand on her arm to make sure the new mother and son made it down the steps safely
Caring: As his wife walked down the steps, William placed a protective hand on her arm to make sure the new mother and son made it down the steps safely
Warm welcome: The ecstatic crowd sang 'Congratulations' as the new parents stepped out of the London hospital
The safe hands of the Duchess of Cambridge with her son who was born on Monday, but was thrown into the spotlight yesterday
Emotional, Kate spoke to reporters
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the Lindo Wing
Happy trio: Kate told reporters that 'It's been very emotional. Any parent will know what this feeling is like' while the prince joked the baby 'has more hair than me'

Are these tears? The Duchess admitted the becoming a mother for the first time was 'emotional'
Huge crowds were waiting to catch a glimpse of the couple and the baby outside St Mary's hospital
Huge crowds were waiting to catch a glimpse of the couple and the baby outside St Mary's hospital


 

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