The Duke of Cambridge was given his first baby present today - a home-made romper suit.
William accepted the gift from a young mother who created the outfit in anticipation of the Royal couple's first child.
The Duke has previously said he would like to start a family and revealed he would like two children.
The gift was presented during William and Kate's first joint visit to their namesake city Cambridge.
William, who is an RAF search and rescue pilot, received the little romper suit which was emblazoned with a picture of a helicopter and the words "Daddy's little co-pilot".
New mother Samantha Hill, 27, made the gift and brought her daughter Beth, who is four weeks old tomorrow, with her to see the royal couple.
She said: "I made it for when his little one comes along. He's a helicopter pilot so his baby will think his daddy is cool. When I gave it to him he said 'I'll keep that' and handed it to his aide."
ITV News Royal correspondent Tim Ewart reports:
The baby theme continued when Kate met another mother, Tessa Davies, 35, who had given her son, James, the middle name William in honour of the Duke.