Little princess says hello to the world!

By admin
02 May 2015

The new little royal is already winning over hearts as she makes her first appearance.

The new little royal is already winning over hearts as she makes her first appearance.

 

Kensington Palace released an image of the new baby, who hasn't yet been named, as Kate left for home tonight, hours after giving birth.

The new little royal is expected to be named after her great-grandmother, the Queen, has met her.

“Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank all staff at the hospital for the care and treatment they have all received," the palace said in a statement.

“They would also like to thank everyone for their warm wishes.”

It’s thought that Catherine will spend one night at her home in Kensington Palace with her daughter, before going to spend time at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with William and her mother and father, Carole and Michael.

William and Catherine left the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London, together this evening, just 12 hours after she was admitted. They paused on the steps to wave to the crowd, many of who had been waiting for days as the duchess was around a week overdue.

Catherine opted for a yellow and white patterned dress by Jenny Packham and she clutched her new daughter in her arms as she made her way down the steps. A roar was given by the crowd as the couple emerged from the building, with William later holding his daughter in a car seat as they left.

Over the last week there has been much speculation about what the royal pair would call their new arrival, with James and Frederick mooted for boys and Charlotte and Diana – in honour of William’s late mother the Princess of Wales – thought to be in the running for girls.

William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, his father Prince Charles and brother Prince Harry have all been informed about the new arrival and are thought to be thrilled.

The baby’s big brother Prince George has also met her, with William bringing him in to meet her today. They paused to wave for admirers on the way in.

The princess is fourth in line to the throne and thanks to a law change she won’t be overtaken by any further male siblings.

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