The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her third child – a boy on St George’s Day.

Picture of Cambridges new born

 

A new Prince is born.

The Duchess of Cambridge today gave birth to her third child – a boy weighing 8lbs 7oz – on St George’s Day.

 

Kensington Palace announced that the baby was born around 11 am yesterday, after Kate was driven by car at 6 am to the Lindo private wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London.

Image of Kate Middleton and her son
First Pictures of Kate Middleton and Prince Williams Baby

 

The birth seems to have taken place without complications. The baby, who is fifth in rank, is the sixth great-grandson of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, and the youngest brother of the first two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

 

Prince William was present during the birth and according to the palace spokesperson, Kate and the baby are doing well. The oldest members of the royal family were happy with this birth according also to the spokesman of the royal house

 

The royal observers were expecting a quick delivery from Kate, the newborn sharing a birthday with William Shakespeare and Lady Gabriella Windsor, Prince’s daughter and Princess Michael of Kent.

People Gathered outside to celebrate the birth of the new Prince.

 

And since the announcement of the birth, a crowd has gathered in front of the entrance of the hospital to celebrate the birth of the little prince.

Earlier, the excitement outside St Mary’s Hospital, where some fans had been camping for 15 days in hopes of getting a glimpse of the royal baby was palpable.

 

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