Here's how Princess Charlotte made history after birth of baby brother

Here's how Princess Charlotte made history after birth of baby brother

The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge introduced their attractive baby son to the world on Monday, just hours after Kate gave birth after being admitted to the Lindo Wing in the early hours of the morning.

After Kate had given birth to the new prince, William left the hospital to go home to Kensington Palace and pick up Charlotte and Prince George, who was still in his school uniform for the first meeting.

While Prince George couldn't be bothered, the nearly 3-year-old princess put on her best Gracie Lou Freebush and excitedly waved to the crowds as if they'd been waiting all day for her arrival.

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She adorably waved to the crowd on the way in.

Charlotte and her big brother stayed for around 20 minutes, getting to know their little brother, before leaving via a back door away from public view.

Even as the family group walked up the familiar stone steps into the Lindo Wing, there was still time for a last cheeky little look over her shoulder and another dimpled grin and wave.

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"Royals, however, also have to consider the great responsibility in naming a new member of the family and I expect they want to be a hundred per cent certain of their choice before announcing the name and sealing the baby's place in history". William is now second in line to the throne, behind his father, Prince Charles, who will take the reins as monarch when Queen Elizabeth II dies.

Unlike with first-born baby George in 2013, Prince William secured the capsule in the couple's Range Rover with the confidence of a dad who has done it many times before, smiling at photographers.

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