Prince William Opens Up About First Two Nights With Baby No. 3

  • Prince William Opens Up About First Two Nights With Baby No. 3

Prince William Opens Up About First Two Nights With Baby No. 3

It is also what the late Princess Diana did after she gave birth to her two sons, William and Prince Harry, at the same hospital.

Considering the new royal baby was born on St. George's Day, many thought that she may have been referencing the patron's day with her red and white ensemble. The royal baby wore a white version of the bonnet made by Spanish store Irulea, while Charlotte wore an ivory version from the same set. She opted for a pastel Jenny Packham number in yellow.

After smiling and waving at the crowds, the three left, with William telling reporters they were "very happy" and "delighted".

We didn't need to wait long.

Quizzed on whether they had decided on a name, the duke added: "You'll find out soon enough".

Will and Kate also expressed their gratitude to hospital staff through the palace's Twitter account.

The 33-year-old party planner, who is reportedly expecting her first child, was pictured making her way through the gates of Kensington Palace on Tuesday to meet the new arrival, whose name has not yet been anounced.

The new baby is the younger brother of William and Kate's children Prince George, four, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

He is an HRH and a Prince of Cambridge. There were quite a few spectators watching as the royal family attended the event and naturally, Prince William fielded plenty of questions about the royal baby's name.

But we think if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reading this article, they should listen to the wise words of this Sydney bloke.

One of the names leading the speculation among royal watchers is James, the name of Kate's brother, James Middleton.

This is not the first time that the Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to Princess Diana with her fashion.

An unsuspecting couple walked out of St Mary's Hospital with their newborn baby to claps and cheers from hundreds of well-wishers waiting for news of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 's third baby.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn also sent his regards, tweeting: "Congratulations to Kate and William on the birth of their baby boy".