The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proudly showed the world their baby son, a future king, before taking him home tonight.
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"Kate asked what kind of music I'd been playing," Corporal Steve Johnson, an RAF recruitment officer from Newcastle, who is busking at Tube stations across London told the Press Association. "She asked me to play but then said don't because it's too busy.
"Kate was more interested in the music, while William was more concerned with the day itself and how the appeal was going. Lots of people are ecstatic to see them."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will welcome military supporters into their palace grounds today to mark London Poppy Day.
The royal couple will meet staff and volunteers taking part in the Royal British Legion appeal who will call at Kensington Palace as part of a tour across the capital on a 1960's Routemaster Bus.
The Duchess of Cambridge has joined in a game of volleyball during her first public engagement since the birth of Prince George.
The Evening Standard's 'Power 1000' is drawn from all sectors and walks of London life - from finance, to theatre, technology, media and politics - the list is selected by a panel of London Evening Standard reporters and critics.
– Sarah Sands, Editor
London is a magnet for the rest of world and our newest power resident, Prince George, is a timely symbol.
He is our greatest tourist attraction, along with his great grandmother, which is why he has been chosen this year as the first among Londoners.
- 11 Princes William & Harry
- 12 Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister
- 13 Natalie Massenet, Net-a-porter founder
- 14 Bernard Hogan Howe, Met Police Commissioner
- 15 Sir Nicholas Hytner, National Theatre
- 16 The Queen
- 17 Harry Styles, One Direction
- 18 Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
- 19 Sir Paul Nurse, Royal Society President
- 20 Cara Delevingne, model
The full list of 1,000 names of London's most influential people will be released tonight by the Evening Standard. These are the names that made it into the top 10.
- 1 Prince George
- 2 Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
- 3 Mark Carney, Bank of England Governor
- 4 David Cameron, Prime Minister
- 5 George Osborne, Chancellor
- 6 Theresa May, Home Secretary
- 7 Duchess of Cambridge
- 8 Andy Murray, tennis player
- 9 Ed Miliband, Labour leader
- 10 Sir Peter Hendy, Transport Commissioner
Prince George has been crowned the most influential person in London, in the Evening Standard's annual 'Power 1000 list'. The eight-week-old son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was chosen because he has become the capital's biggest global ambassador.
The young Prince eclipsed Mayor Boris Johnson who topped the list of the most influential people in the capital a year ago.
A picture of the tricycle the Mayor of London revealed City Hall is giving to Prince George, has been obtained by ITV London.
Boris Johnson revealed that he gave a wedding present of a tandem Boris Bike to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today, after the London Mayor announced he was having a blue tricycle made for the new Prince George.