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Revealed: What William and Kate said to each other on the steps of the Lindo Wing

Prince William and Kate emerged from the Lindo Wing shortly before 6pm on Monday to proudly introduce their baby boy to the world. Less than seven hours after the birth of their third child, the couple looked blissfully happy as they posed outside St Mary's Hospital, smiling and waving to the waiting press as they gave the world its first look at their tiny new arrival. Their photocall was brief, however, with protective mum Kate seemingly worried about her baby son getting cold. Now a lip reader has revealed to the Mirror what the royal couple said to one

Michelle Obama wants a 'pyjama party' with new royal baby

Former First Lady Michelle Obama has congratulated new parents Prince William and Kate Middleton on the arrival of baby Cambridge number 3, and revealed that she is already planning a pyjama-themed meeting at Kensington Palace with the newborn and his siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Michelle, 54, took to socia media to send her congratulations to the royal couple on Monday, 23 April, with an adorable throwback snapshot taken during the Obamas' visit to London in April 2016. "Barack and I are thrilled to congratulate The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their newest arrival!" she wrote. "We hope

Have William and Kate dropped a big hint about their baby name?

Following the birth of William and Kate's third baby on Monday, the world is now waiting to find out what the royal couple have decided to name their second son. And it seems they might have dropped a big hint as they posed with their tiny newborn on the steps of the Lindo Wing on Monday evening. As the posed for photographs, William and Kate seemingly scanned the crowd for royal photographer Arthur J Edwards – who also took pictures of William's own birth. The couple then waved in Arthur's direction, before turning their attention to the rest of

Prince William and Kate Middleton upgrade to seven-seater car for new royal baby

And baby makes five! With the arrival of Prince William and Kate's new son, the Cambridges are adjusting to life as a bigger family and have made some very practical changes. The couple have upgraded their car to a seven-seater Land Rover to accommodate their three young children and other potential passengers, including their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo and the family's personal protection officers. William and Kate's new car is from the brand's Discovery range and is estimated to cost between £46,000 and £60,000. On Monday, fans were given a clear glimpse of the car as William drove his wife

Princess Charlotte enjoys special solo bonding time with royal baby

It looks like Princess Charlotte will be spending some quality bonding time with her new baby brother! The little Princess isn't due to return to nursery school until Thursday, and so will have the next two days to spend at her home in Kensington Palace with the youngster along with her parents, Prince William and Kate, while the pair take leave from work to be with the newborn. Meanwhile, Prince George has gone back to school following the Monday's exciting visit to the Lindo Wing to meet his second younger sibling, and it is thought that he will be

Proud grandmother Carole Middleton arrives in London to meet new Prince

Carole Middleton has been spotted shopping just hours after her third royal grandchild was born. In pictures obtained by MailOnline, the Duchess of Cambridge's mother was seen picking up essentials from Boots and department store Peter Jones while Prince William took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to visit the family's latest addition at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington. Dressed down in tight jeans and a beige jacket, the 63-year-old appeared to be in relaxed spirits. She will no doubt pay a visit to Kate and the new Prince in the privacy of Kensington Palace. Carole Middleton

Kate Middleton's royal baby receives first visitor: pregnant auntie Pippa!

Prince William and Kate's royal baby has had his first visitor! The Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton was spotted leaving Kensington Palace on Tuesday to meet her one-day-old nephew. Pippa, who is reportedly pregnant with her first child, was pictured driving away from Apartment 1A – the lavish home where the new royal baby will grow up with his big sister Princess Charlotte and big brother Prince George. Kate's parents Carole and Michael are also expected to meet the royal baby imminently, as is Kate's brother, James Middleton. Prince William's father Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will also likely visit the royal family's

Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding follow suit from Prince William and Kate's?

It was one of the most iconic weddings in royal history, so it's hardly surprising Prince William and Kate's big day was a costly affair. In figures obtained by Press Association, it has now been revealed that the security at their 2011 wedding cost £6.35million, with nearly £3million spent on police overtime costs alone. Hundreds of officers were drafted in to help police crowds watching the event in London, which saw an estimated one million people line the streets. Prince William and Kate tied the knot in 2011 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, which is taking place on 19 May

See Prince Charles' incredibly sweet congratulatory message to son Prince William and Kate Middleton

Prince Charles has expressed his joy at welcoming a new member to the family, saying he is delighted by the birth of Prince William and Kate's third royal baby. On behalf of himself and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, the future King released a statement that read: "We are both so pleased at the news. It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them." Prince Charles, 69, is also the proud grandfather to Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, who turns three next week.

Journalist explains why he called Prince George and Princess Charlotte 'fake'

Australian TV host Karl Stefanovic has explained why he labelled Prince George and Princess Charlotte as 'fake' and 'aliens' during Today's coverage of the royal baby news. While watching footage of the young royals visiting their mum and new baby brother in hospital, Karl said: "I don't want to be disrespectful, but they could be aliens." He added: "I said earlier as well and a lot of people got very angry at me, but I do think they're fake kids, because I don't think I've ever seen a kid who is this well behaved walk into any kind of establishment." George

This is what Princess Diana's brother had to say about Prince George and Princess Charlotte

Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer has shared his joy following the birth of the new royal baby. The author retweeted a post from Kensington Palace that showed Prince George and Princess Charlotte arriving at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London on Monday to meet their little brother. Charles replied to the sweet photos, which showed Charlotte, two, waving at the cameras as she walked up the hospital steps, while George appeared more shy. "Very sweet!" he shared. Charles will no doubt be introduced to Prince William and Kate's third child in due course. Members of the immediate family are expected

No sign of nerves as Meghan Markle steps up her royal role

Having attended five royal engagements in the past week, Prince Harry's fiancée Meghan Markle is certainly getting a crash course in royal duties! And there was no sign of nerves as as the former Suits actress stepped up her royal role at the memorial service to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence, taking her place in the pews next to British Prime Minister Theresa May. The royal couple joined the PM as well as Stephen's mother Doreen Lawrence, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and other dignitaries to celebrate the life and legacy of the late teen,