This Is What Happened When Prince George And Princess Charlotte Arrived To See Their New Brother At Lindo Wing
The 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge safely gave birth to her third child at the private maternity ward at St. Mary's Hospital in London.
Kate delivered a baby boy at 11:01 local time on St. George’s Day. Her 35-year-old husband, Prince William, was at her side for the birth.
Just seven hours later, the happy parents presented the new prince to a cheering crowd of royal fans, who have been camping outside the hospital for 15 days.
Now, it’s time for Kate and William’s other children to meet their baby brother.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were taken by their dad to the Lindo Wing.
Four-year-old George was dressed up in a school uniform, as he had spent the day at school.
He appeared a bit shy when he arrived, but his two-year-old sister Charlotte, who will turn three in May, smiled and waved to everyone.
Princess Charlotte is making history, as she is the first royal to benefit from the change of succession law.
The law states the succession to the throne will not be depended on gender, and female royals won’t be overtaken by any future brothers anymore.
Kensington Palace stated that the duchess will be leaving the hospital this evening with her husband and baby son.
The baby’s name has not been announced yet, but according to the bookies, Arthur is on the top of the list.