The Queen has arrived at Kensington Palace to visit the son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, ahead of her stay at Balmoral. It is the first time the Queen has seen her great-grandson since his birth on Monday.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she presented her son to the world in a pale blue polka dot dress reminiscent of the pattern worn by Princess Diana on the day she left hospital with Prince William.
Kate stepped out of the Lindo Wing wearing a bespoke piece by Jenny Packham, a couturier who has become something of a household name thanks to the Duchess.
Observers were quick to draw parallels with the outfit worn by William's late mother when she posed on the same doorstep with her first-born son in a green spotted dress.
But where Diana appeared nervous and bewildered by the attention, a glowing Kate smiled broadly and spoke assuredly as she introduced her child to the world's press and the hordes of cheering well-wishers.
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The Duke of Cambridge waved to the cheering crowds as he drove his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, and their new-born son to Kensington Palace.
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Asked about changing nappies William said: "We've done that already," and Kate said "he's done his first nappy already".
The Duke looked at ease holding his son and after speaking to the press for a few minutes.