The Prince of Cambridge born yesterday has been officially presented to the world in his hospital discharge.
f the wait for the birth of the Royal Baby was endless, it's just a little more than 24 hours after his birth as the new heir to the throne of England made its first public appearance.
To 6:30 p.m. local time, Clarence House announced that "the Duke, Duchess of Cambridge and their son would return home at Kensington Palace" very soon. And indeed, at 7:15 p.m., Prince William and Kate have come out with their son to St Mary's Hospital where Kate had given birth the day before.
The young mother wearing a blue dress Jenny Packham was the new- baby in her arms while she praised the many people who came to know his son. William also took the baby in his arms before answering some questions from the press, "This is such a special moment. Our son has the lips of his mother and he has a good pair of lungs" in particular said the proud father who said they were still trying to get him a name.
The couple then went to get a car seat before leaving, William at the wheel, to Kensington Palace. Their families will be there to welcome them, including Queen Elizabeth II, who is looking forward to meet his great-grand-son.