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BY GEORGE! Wills and Kate show off their new Royal Prince as he’s born on St George’s Day

PRINCE William and Kate showed off their new little Prince to the world yesterday.

The 8lb 7oz Prince who is FIFTH in line to the throne arrived with the pomp and patriotism as he was born on St George’s Day and Shakespeare’s birthday.

Kate and Wills stepped out at the front of the Lindo wing with Kate wearing patriotic red and white.

As their waiting royal car arrived, William placed his new bundle of joy inside joked: “We are very happy, very delighted — thrice the worry now! We didn’t keep you waiting too long this time.”

When asked about the new Princes name, he said: ‘You’ll find out soon!’


The worlds media gathered outside the Lindo Wing to see the historic moment of first seeing a Royal Prince and to see some classic Britsih pomp and ceremony.

The new prices great-grandparents, HM The Queen and Prince Phillip celebrated by going for a horse ride.

His older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were taken to meet him in their school uniform nearly six hours after Kate gave birth.

Kensington Palace said the baby was born at 11am, after Kate was taken by car to the Lindo Wing just before 6am.

The British Armed Forces also celebrated the birth of the future Kings son, with British sailors and marines spelling out the word ‘boy’ on the deck of HMS Albion.

Royalists across Britain celebrated with champagne as landmarks marked the occasion including BT Tower in London.

Another baby was also born today and when with a couple emerged from the Lindo Wing with their newborn baby, they were to be greeted by the world’s media.

They even posed for photographs outside the famous door in front of dozens of journalists and photographers before leaving in a taxi.


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