The world got its first ever glimpse of the royal baby, when Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped outside of the St. Mary Hospital on Tuesday (July 23), in London. Kate gave birth to her first child on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge didn’t however reveal the name of the adorable one-day old future King of England, as they are preferring to wait just like Prince Williams parents’ Prince Charles and late Princess Diana did 31 years ago in delaying the name of the newborn for several days. But the royal baby will called The Prince of Cambridge.
Prince William, 31, told the reporters waiting outside that hospital that they are still working out on a name. Kate, 31, stepped out of the hospital wearing a Jenny Packham designed blue polka-dotted dress, said that the birth was very emotional and such a special time for her.
Answering a question from the crowd, Prince William said of his first son, that he’s got a good lungs and he’s a big boy. He then added that his son got Kate’s looks, when the question came up. Kate said of the proud dada that he changed the baby’s first diaper.
Meanwhile, The Palace in a released statement said the royal couple continued to thank the hospital staff as they did the day earlier. The statement added that the Duke and Duchess and their son will travel to their home at Kensington Palace.